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At Edelson Law, we work tirelessly to defend your rights. While our team of lawyers has acted in some of the most high-profile cases in Ontario, we firmly believe that everyone is entitled to a vigorous legal defence. This means that whatever the charge is you are facing, we’re here to help.

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With over 75 years of combined criminal defence experience, our team of lawyers has the experience and knowledge you’re looking for. We spend many of our waking hours in court, where we have established an excellent reputation among opposing counsel and judges. Let our reputation, our knowledge, and our experience, work for you.

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We understand how overwhelming being charged with a criminal offence can be and we are here for you at each stage in the process. We take pride in the personalized legal representation that we provide. We will actively work with you and for you to get you the best possible results.

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Michael Edelson C.S.

Criminal Lawyer

Tony Paciocco

Criminal Lawyer

Gabriel Edelson

Criminal Lawyer

Connie D’Angelo

Criminal Lawyer

Katie Mongeau

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Valérie Bégin

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Presumption of Innocence and Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
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Presumption of Innocence and Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Why Do We Have the Presumption of Innocence? Famed American educator and diplomat Kingman Brewster once explained that the presumption of innocence, when approached in commonsense terms, “rests on that generosity of spirit which assumes the best, not the worst, of the stranger.”  In Canada, we take this same approach. In fact, the presumption of innocence is not just a…

The Ins and Outs of Canada’s Cannabis Act
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The Ins and Outs of Canada’s Cannabis Act

A Brief History of the Law Relating to Marihuana in Canada Before the Cannabis Act In the 1920s, the Canadian government criminalized cannabis (Opium and Narcotic Drug Act, 1923).  In 1937, someone was arrested and charged with marihuana possession for the first time in Canadian history.  The message at the time was clear: marihuana was not just bad, it was…

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