Have you just been Charged with a Criminal Offence?
Sexual assault and Domestic assault charges are not prosecuted like typical criminal charges. Not all law firms focus on these charges. Some criminal defence lawyers refuse to represent people charged with these offences.
At Lakin Afolabi Law Professional corporation we have made these charges our focus. Our experienced Kitchener criminal lawyers will assist you with your case. We have defended thousands of charges throughout Ontario. We have an office located in the Kitchener Waterloo area we take on cases from the tri-cities and surrounding areas.
Contact us. We will answer.
We understand that criminal charges can be laid any time. That is why we offer our services 24 hours a day. We will always pick up. When we don’t, you can text us or email us, and we will try to get back to you very promptly.
We have offices in London and Kitchener Ontario.
Our Kitchener address is:
30 Queen St N.
“Very pleased with the service I received from Lakin.
Had constant contact with him which made me feel much more confident with my defence. Was feeling very insecure heading into this whole process. I outlined to him what I needed regarding an outcome, and he more than surpassed my expectations.
Thank you for your hard work and dedication, Lakin. I will certainly recommend your services to anyone I know who finds themselves in a bind and really doesn’t know where to turn.
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Our Criminal Defence Process
We do not believe that one size fits all. Our system of defence is tailored for you – we listen to you, strategize with you, and then defend you to get you out of the system or get you the best possible results.
We Listen to You
Since there is no one size fits all approach to the law, we provide a personalized approach for each and every client and their specific needs.
We listen to you to ensure that your unique needs are met and satisfied.
We Strategize with You
We look to what caused your situation and work to find flaws in the case against you. Our criminal lawyers are very familiar with the system and know how to prepare for every unexpected contingency.
We create case by case approaches which are based on our experience with the law and your knowledge of the facts.
We Defend You
This can mean probation or a conditional discharge instead of jail time, a partial or complete acquittal, or even achieving lesser charges (for example, only pleading to assault instead of sexual assault).
Success to us means achieving your desired outcome.
Criminal Defence Resources
Sexual Assault Definition What is the the Definition of sexual assault in Canada? What are the Criminal Code provisions for sexual assault? Under section 271 of the Criminal Code of Canada, a person can be charged for committing a sexual assault. This section of the...read more
Under section 810 of the Criminal Code of Canada, a person (called the complainant) can lay a peace bond against another person (called the defendant). A peace bond is a court order in the form of a signed promise that the defendant will obey certain rules for a...read more
The first thing to know about the difference between sexual assault and rape is that “rape” is not listed as a criminal offence in the Criminal Code of Canada. Sexual assault is listed as an offence, and it is contrary to section 271 of the Criminal Code. Rape What...read more
What is Statutory Rape? Statutory Rape in Canada is defined as any sexual contact with a person under the age of consent. This usually refers to an adults touching children for sexual purposes. What is the Age of Consent in Canada? Canada’s age of consent is 16 years...read more
What is an Intermittent Sentence? An intermittent sentence is a sentence of imprisonment that is served on specific days only, as opposed to consecutive days. For an example, a person who is sentenced intermittently could serve their sentence on weekends only. It is...read more
What is the Fundamental Principle of Sentencing? The Criminal Code states that the fundamental principle, or guiding rule, of sentencing is that “[a] sentence must be proportionate to the gravity of the offence and the degree of responsibility of the offender.” This...read more