About Michelle Johal
Criminal Lawyer Michelle Johal's office is conveniently located in the same plaza as the Scarborough courthouse at 1911 Eglinton Avenue East. She has appeared in the Criminal Court on hundreds of occassions and is familiar with its unique procedural requirements.
Criminal lawyer Michelle Johal defends all criminal charges including: domestic assault, fraud, robbery, drug trafficking and possession, firearms offences and drinking and driving related offences.
Her practice includes representing clients after they are arrested at their bail hearings, engaging in resolution discussions with the Crown, and the conduct of trials. She has conducted numerous trials including cases involving drinking and driving and domestic assault, and more serious offences including firearms possession, large scale frauds, and drug trafficking both at the Provincial Court level and the Superior Court of Justice.
Ms. Johal accepts legal aid certificates in cases for those who qualify for assistance. In addition, she has also devoted a portion of her practice to qualifying clients at reduced fees if their income is too high to access legal aid and too low to afford standard legal fees. If you qualify for the reduced fees program Ms. Johal provides high quality legal services in a cost-effective manner. Qualifying clients are not billed by the hour, but charged flat fees depending on the nature of the case.
Ms. Johal received her legal training at Queen's University at Kingston and has completed an Honours Degree at the University of Toronto. She has been invited to attend as a guest lecturer at York University regarding issues of children and the justice system. A portion of her practice is dedicated to the defence of young persons charged with crimes under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
If you require legal representation contact Criminal Lawyer Michelle Johal today at 416.824.3584 or visit her website at www.michellejohal.com.
Normal Geographical Limits to Practice
Accepts Legal Aid Certificates in the following areas: Criminal Law
Accepts Collect Calls