Toronto Marijuana Trafficking Lawyers

Drug Crimes Lawyers Serving Toronto and Mississauga

When facing the serious charge of marijuana possession for the purposes of trafficking, you need a criminal defence lawyer who is current on the legal issues and meticulous in preparing your defence. He must also have a successful track record at trial and in negotiations with the Crown. Choosing the right lawyer is important, as this charge can have an impact on your life for years and decades to come if mishandled.

At the law firm of Neuberger & Partners LLP in Toronto, our lawyers are respected trial lawyers with a proven record that spans decades. We have defended people in a large number of drug trafficking cases and always strive to obtain favourable outcomes* for our clients.

Marijuana Possession and Trafficking Defence

You do not have to be actively involved in the drug trade to be charged with marijuana trafficking. Simply being in possession of a substantial quantity of marijuana can lead to trafficking charges that result in significant fines and the possibility of incarceration. The already harsh penalties for a possession conviction rise substantially with a trafficking charge attached, which is often at the discretion of the prosecution.

We have a proven record of success in marijuana trafficking defence matters. We will thoroughly prepare your case for trial — instructing and informing you of your options, so you can make informed decisions about your case. You can rely on us to challenge the prosecution's evidence and explore all avenues for having your case resolved in your favour.

Sound Legal Counsel for Your Case

We have been defending clients against marijuana charges in Ontario and across Canada since 1992. To discuss your case with a Toronto trafficking defence lawyer from Neuberger & Partners LLP, call us at 888-759-2810. Or, contact us online.

Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results and that the amount recovered and other litigation outcomes will vary according to the facts in individual cases.