Choose A Skilled Sexual Assault Lawyer To Represent You In Court

If you’re facing charges related to sexual assault or other sexually related crimes, it’s crucial to seek the right legal representation as soon as possible. John Erickson, an experienced and successful sexual assault defence lawyer, has been serving the Toronto area for almost two decades. At Erickson Law, we understand the devastating impact that sexual assault charges can have on one’s life and reputation. That’s why we provide our clients with the highest level of legal representation to help them navigate the complex legal system and achieve the best possible outcome.

When you contact Erickson Law, we will thoroughly evaluate your unique situation and formulate a solid legal strategy to present in court. Our team of lawyers will advise you on the best steps to take to protect your interests until your case is resolved. It’s critical to act promptly, as waiting can result in a load of misinformation that can harm your case.

To win a sexual assault case, your defense must be more robust than the complainant’s credibility. This may involve demonstrating that the accuser had ulterior motives for pressing charges against you or falsely accusing you of a crime you didn’t commit. At Erickson Law, we work diligently to help you prepare your testimony and manage cross-examination by the Crown attorney. Our experienced sexual assault lawyer can identify if the prosecution obtained evidence against you in an unethical or  illegal manner.

Know Your Legal Rights

Under Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, you have the right to remain silent after being arrested. The police are required to inform you of the reason for your arrest and your right to counsel under Sections 10(a) and 10(b), respectively. Therefore, you are not obliged to speak to an officer if you feel uncomfortable. Section 7 of the Charter safeguards your autonomy and legal rights against the government’s actions. It presumes that every individual is innocent until proven guilty, and any violation of this right by the officer can result in the trial judge excluding any evidence obtained under such circumstances.

If you require a sexual assault lawyer in Toronto, you need to hire the right attorney on your side. Contact John Erickson and his team at Erickson Law for a free consultation to discuss your case and learn how we can help you protect your future  You can call his office at (416) 363-3612 or use the online contact form to schedule your consultation