Ponoka Criminal Lawyers
Bottos Law Group is an experienced and dynamic law firm practicing criminal defence throughout Alberta, including Ponoka. Our lawyers are based in Edmonton but travel extensively throughout the province defending the interests of our clients.
A rigorous and thorough defence lawyer is essential in defending yourself against the power and resources of the police and Crown Prosecutor’s office. It is essential that you have proper representation at all stages of the legal process, from arrest through to trial and appeal. Our lawyers have extensive experience in successfully dealing with a wide range of criminal charges, including:
- White collar crimes, including fraud, tax evasion, and embezzlement.
- Sexual crimes, including rape and sexual assault.
- Domestic charges, including criminal harassment, uttering threats, and domestic violence.
- Regulatory offences, such as traffic charges and fishing and hunting charges.
- Serious violent charges, including murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, and aggravated assault.
The attorneys of Bottos Law Group are available 24 hours a day for advice. Call 780-421-7001 for a free, confidential consultation. We can assist you at all stages of the proceeding, including:
- At the pre-arrest stage, if you believe that you may be charged with an offence.
- Providing advice upon arrest or detention.
- Preparing for and conducting a bail hearing to assist you in getting released from custody.
- Conducting a preliminary inquiry, to ensure that the Crown and police have enough evidence to bring you to trial.
- Conducting a trial in front of a judge or jury, where the stakes are highest.
- Fighting appeals, where necessary.
Being charged with an offence can be a trying and difficult experience. The experienced lawyers of DePoe & Bottos can help you understand the process and fight with you for the best outcome.
The Ponoka Provincial Court is located on 51st Street and 49th Avenue. See the map below:
Ponoka Contact Information
5110 49 Ave.
Ponoka Criminal Sittings
Every Friday at 9:30 A.M.
Provincial Statutes (including traffic tickets):
Every 2nd Thursday at 9:30 A.M.