If you are charged with an offence in Sherwood Park, you need the expert advice and sound representation of Bottos Law Group. Our lawyers have decades of collective experience representing clients facing serious criminal charges.
A rigorous and thorough defence is essential in protecting yourself against the power and resources of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Crown Prosecutor’s office. It is important that you have proper representation at all stages of the legal process, from arrest all the way to trial.
Our lawyers have extensive experience in successfully dealing with a wide range of criminal charges, including:
- White collar and property crimes, including fraud, shoplifting, and forgery.
- Sexual crimes, including sexual assault and sexual interference.
- Domestic violence charges, including criminal harassment, uttering threats, and assault.
- Regulatory offences, such as traffic charges and fishing, hunting, and wildlife charges.
- Serious violent charges, including murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, and aggravated assault.
Being charged with a crime can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. The lawyers of Bottos Law Group will guide you through the process and work closely with you in resolving your matter. Bottos Law Group practices a client-centred approach to criminal defence and strives to come to a resolution that serves your individual goals. We believe that the best possible defence involves close consultation with you, the client.
If you have been charged or believe you may be charged, contact a defence lawyer from Bottos Law Group now for a free consultation. Call us at 780-421-7001, and we would be happy to speak to you. You can also call and arrange for an in-person consultation at your convenience.
Sherwood Park is located east of Edmonton and has a Provincial Court location. See the map below for directions to the Provincial Court courthouse.
Sherwood Park Court Contact Information
190 Chippewa Rd.
Sherwood Park, AB T8A 4H5
Phone: (780) 464-0114
Sherwood Park Criminal Sittings
Every Wednesday at 9:30 A.M.
Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday at 9:30 A.M.
Provincial Offences (including traffic tickets):
Every Monday at 9:30 A.M.