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Criminal Law in Winnipeg, Manitoba
Alghoul & Associates has defended people charged with a wide variety of criminal cases in Winnipeg and surrounding areas of Manitoba including:
- Homicide offences
- Cyber crime
- Sexual Assault
- Driving with a suspended license
- Driving under the influence
- Domestic Violence
- Possession of illegal drugs/controlled substances
- Traffic violations
- Bail hearings
- Extradition Act proceedings
- Protection orders & no contact orders (restraining orders)
Expert Advice from a Criminal Lawyer in Winnipeg
Open communication, understanding, and mutual respect and key creating and maintaining a great client to lawyer relationship. At Alghoul Law and Associates, we commit to an open and friendly approach. Our firm offers free consultations, and although transparency is an option, clients are also encouraged to be as engaged in their case as they choose.
Our lawyers are loyal members in good standing of the Law Society of Manitoba, the Canadian and Manitoba Bar Association, and also the Law Society of Manitoba.
Very serious consequences can happen if you are convicted of possessing a controlled drug or substance. It can stop your ability to enter into other countries such as the U.S.A. or overseas. However, in some cases, there is a possibility for parole. In those cases, it is only an option if the person found guilty has no record or a limited record. Alghoul Winnipeg criminal lawyer can defend you. read more click here.
Other than the obvious financial burden, being convicted of driving under the influence can also lead to loss of the ability to drive a motor vehicle–sometimes even the loss of employment. People way too often underestimate the importance of having a valid license, drinking and driving is never worth the risk. To find out more, click here.
Even cases that are withdrawn, peace bonded, or result in sentences of an absolute or conditional discharge can negatively impact your employment, show up on police background and criminal record checks, and cause problems travelling to the us. To find out more, click here.