Milton, ON Criminal Lawyer For Youth Firearm Possession Charges, Service Update

The firm’s latest launch extends its expertise in defending juvenile clients in the Milton, ON, area. With decades of experience in dealing with cases that fall under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA), Mr. Jaksa and his team are well-placed to offer advice and guidance to defendants at every stage of the process, from the initial arrest to an eventual trial.

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The announcement shares details of what youth offenders and their families can expect from the William Jaksa approach to firearms charges. The smallest of details in these cases can have a huge impact on a child’s future and the firm advocates for defendants to get in touch as soon as possible after they have been to limit any unnecessary collateral damage.

According to the Criminal Code Help website, those who face weapons charges under the YCJA at trial are likely to face an indictment by the Crown with these offences often resulting in custodial sentences in the case of violent or repeat offenders. Charges range from assault, possession, concealing a weapon, and possession for the purpose of trafficking.

William Jaksa ensures that the Crown considers all of the relevant factors pertaining to a juvenile case including the degree of participation by the young person during the incident, the harm done to victims, reparations made by the offender to the victims or the community at large, and any previous convictions.

Canadian criminal law is vast and complex but Mr. Jaksa ensures that his clients understand clearly all of the options available to them and holds the authorities to account for any breaches of procedure and violation of their privileges according to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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Where possible, the Jaksa team will recommend that the judge considers judicial reprimands, intensive support and supervision, an attendance order, deferred custody, and rehabilitative custody, with the goal of reducing the impact on a young person’s future prospects.

A spokesperson says, “If you need a youth criminal lawyer from Toronto, contact William Jaksa today. Ensure that your youth gets proper legal representation and save them from having a criminal record at this crucial stage of life.”

Interested parties can find out more by visiting

William Jaksa Criminal Litigation

55 University Avenue
Suite 1100

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