Windsor Criminal Lawyers

At Lakin Afolabi Law, our experienced Windsor criminal lawyers will assist you with your case.

We have defended thousands of criminal charges throughout Ontario.

“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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24/7 Availability

We understand that Windsor law charges can be laid any time of the day which is why we offer our services 24 hours a day, every day of the week.  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 within six hours at the latest.



We have multiple locations across Ontario, our Windsor location is: 

140, Park Street West, Suite A
Windsor, ON N9A 7A5


Contact Information

You can reach us using the following contact information:

Phone: (519) 645 6969

Windsor Criminal Lawyers

Windsor Criminal Defence Lawyers

We understand the impact and have seen the results criminal charges can have on an individual.  We will fight for your cause and let your voice be heard in the courtroom.  

Our criminal law team has fought in all levels of criminal court and are experienced in handling a multitude of different cases ranging from minor offences to major or serious indictable charges.  

If you have been charged with a criminal offence please contact one of our criminal lawyers immediately.  The sooner we get in touch, the less likely you will unknowingly take an harmful course of action.  Our team operates 24/7 every day of the week, if you have an emergency please call or text us at (519) 645-6969.  

Our Windsor criminal lawyers can assist you with any criminal charge, specifically in the areas of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.

Contact our criminal defence lawyers for help with your specific situation.

Why do I need a criminal lawyer?

Although representing yourself in the court of justice is possible, it is strongly not advisable.  There is a list of complex legal procedures, precedences, and timely options you may not be comfortable with.  Our Windsor criminal lawyers will support you with their utmost attention and walk you through a strategic plan that best fits your current situation.

When do I need a criminal lawyer?

If you have been arrested or pressed charges, you should call a criminal lawyer immediately to reduce the impact of the offences.  The earlier we can touch base on your case, the better the result.  A simple call early in your position may save thousands of money, time and even prevent a  criminal charges from being laid.  We provide criminal legal assistance 24/7 hours a day and encourage you to call us.

What is a bail hearing?
A bail hearing is not considered a trial but rather a way for you to show the Judge or Justice whether or not you should have an option of entering back into society while your case will remain in the criminal court.  In the Ontario Court of Justice, you only get one bail hearing and if you’re denied bail, the Judge will hold you in custody until your criminal case has been resolved in a trial.  We strongly suggest you call our Kitchener criminal lawyers when proceeding with a bail hearing to maximize your chances of a successful bail hearing.

“I was looking at a conditional discharge,

but with Lakin’s smooth talking and on point argument the Judge gave me an absolute discharge, Lakin made some excellent points that I believe the Judge looked into and helped make his final decision.
Thanks, Lakin for your incredible service.

A. A.

Criminal Defence Resources

What is a Peace Bond?

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...

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Statutory Rape in Canada

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...

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140 Park St W Suite A Windsor
Ontario, N9A 7A5

Phone: (519) 645-6969
Mobile: (519) 495-0870
Fax: (519) 645-2882
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