Rocky Mountain House Criminal Lawyers
Bottos Law Group represents people facing criminal charges in Rocky Mountain House and the surrounding area. Our dynamic and professional legal team has abundant experience working with clients all across the province, at every level of court. While our firm is based in Edmonton, we would be pleased to discuss your matters with you and work towards a resolution.
Navigating the justice system can be an intense experience—make sure you have an expert in your corner who specializes in criminal law and will fight for you. Our lawyers partner with you at each and every stage of the process, using our expertise and experience to fight for your rights and ensure the process is fair.
We can advise and answer questions about:
- What to do if you suspect you’re under investigation.
- What your rights and obligations are if you’re arrested.
- How the bail process works, and what conditions may be imposed, and how to avoid breaches and additional charges.
- What the police notes and witnesses say about your case and what you can do next.
- Whether an appeal is warranted.
Bottos Law Group has obtained stellar results for clients charged with various types of criminal offences, including:
- Assaults (Aggravated, Sexual, Domestic)
- Impaired driving and other traffic offences
- Various drug related crimes
- Property offences, like theft and robbery
- Murder, manslaughter, and other violent charges
It is never too early to discuss your concerns or charges with a criminal defence lawyer, even if a formal charge hasn’t been laid. Contact our team so we can discuss your matter without delay by calling us at 780-421-7001, and one of our lawyers would be happy to discuss your concerns with you.
Rocky Mountain House is located 215 km southwest of Edmonton. See map below for directions to the courthouse.
Rocky Mountain House Law Courts Contact Information
Provincial Court Building
4919 51 Street
Rocky Mountain House, AB T4T 1A3
Phone: (403) 845-8220
Rocky Mountain House Court Sittings
Every Wednesday at 10:00 A.M.
Provincial Statutes (including traffic offences):
Every 4th Friday
Every 3rd Monday at 10:00 A.M.