Criminal Law
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Criminal Law

We are a law firm specializing in Family Law, Criminal Law and Personal Injury

If you have been charged with a criminal offence, it is imperative that you get proper legal advice. Ms. Raja is at the Calgary courthouse every day. Working to represent her clients with different crown prosecutors and judges, Ms. Raja knows how to defend a criminal case.


A criminal conviction can haunt you for the rest of your life. If you have been charged or arrested, you need to call us so we can ensure that you are not convicted depending on the circumstances and the criminal charges. Being charged simply does not mean that you are going to be convicted. You need to work with a lawyer to ensure that you are provided your rights under the law.


Ms. Raja has been working as a bail roster lawyer for the Duty counsel for Justice of the Peace bail hearings since the program started in 2018. In the province of Alberta, Justice of the Peace are responsible for majority of the bail hearings in the criminal justice system. In this role, Ms. Raja assists and provides legal representation to individuals who do not have or cannot afford a lawyer. With her experience, Ms. Raja can assist you in bail hearings in the Provincial Court of Alberta and Court of Queen’s Bench. She will leave no stone unturned to ensure that you have proper bail release plan are fully represented in your bail hearing.


We can represent you with the all criminal related matters including but not limited to:

  • Bail Hearings
  • Domestic Assault
  • Assault with a Weapon
  • Mischief
  • Criminal Harassment
  • Utter Threats
  • DUI
  • Impaired Driving
  • Trafficking
  • Drug and Weapons Charges
  • Firearms and Weapons Possession
  • Youth Criminal Justice Act Offences