CRIMINAL LAW

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Fight Drug Charges in Edmonton Courts with Our Experienced Lawyers

A conviction for drug possession, drug trafficking or related drug charges may result in serious penalties that could negatively impact your life decades into the future. As experienced drug lawyers in Edmonton, our criminal law firm has successfully defended clients who have been arrested and accused of illegally possessing such substances as Marijuana, Cocaine, Ecstasy, Methamphetamines, Heroin, OxyContin, prescription pain killers and controlled substances. In preparing for trial, our lawyers attempt to refute the police investigation and the prosecution’s case by examining the following:

  • Was a proper search warrant issued?
  • Were the terms of the search warrant executed properly?
  • Was there sufficient probable cause to issue the search warrant?
  • Was there sufficient probable cause to allow for a wiretap?
  • Is the quality of the evidence against you questionable?

CRIMINAL JUSTICE LAWYERS ON YOUR SIDE

Haryett & Company is an experienced legal team with a proven track record of fighting aggressively to defend your rights and winning. Get in touch with us for expert legal counsel and representation should you find yourself charged with drug-related offenses.

Drug Paraphernalia 

In Alberta, it is illegal to possess any tools, devices or instruments that may be used to consume narcotics or other illicit substances, and any number of instruments, tools and everyday objects can be considered drug paraphernalia by law enforcement officials. Read more…


Drug Possession

The legal team at Haryett & Company has successfully defended clients who have been arrested and accused of illegally possessing such substances as marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy, methamphetamines, heroin, OxyContin, prescription pain killers and other controlled substances. Read more…


Drug Trafficking

When someone is arrested for drug possession and there is a substantial quantity of the drugs, there could be an additional charge of possession of drugs with the purposes of trafficking. Choosing an experienced criminal defence lawyer is critical to your defence. Read more…


DUI Drugs

Today, DUI charges apply to more than just those that have alcohol over the legal limit. From prescription drugs like Percocet® and Xanax® to illegal drugs like cocaine and heroin, DUI charges and convictions unrelated to alcohol are more prevalent than ever. If you are facing DUI drug charges, we can help. Read more…

FORGED PRESCRIPTION

Medications often sought with forged prescriptions include Valium®, Vicodin®, OxyContin and more. If you have been charged with forging or possessing a prescription for personal use or for profit, you will need a skilled attorney to come to your defence. Read more…


Illegal Possession of Prescription Drugs

Unfortunately, many otherwise upstanding citizens find themselves addicted to prescription pain killers following severe injury or medical procedures. Convictions for the illegal possession of prescription drugs can have lasting, negative effects on your life. Our team can provide sound representation. Read more…


Marijuana 

Though marijuana use is common, it is illegal to possess, sell, deliver, cultivate or traffic marijuana in Alberta. Marijuana is seen by law enforcement as a gateway drug, the use of which can lead to the use of harder drugs. It is imperative that you consult an experience criminal defence lawyer to protect your rights. Read more…

CRIMINAL JUSTICE LAWYERS ON YOUR SIDE

We have successfully defended clients who have been arrested and accused of illegally possessing such substances as Marijuana, Cocaine, Ecstasy, Methamphetamines, Heroin, OxyContin, prescription pain killers and controlled substances. In preparing for trial, our lawyers attempt to refute the police investigation and the prosecution’s case by examining the following:

  • Was a proper search warrant issued?
  • Were the terms of the search warrant executed properly?
  • Was there sufficient probable cause to issue the search warrant?
  • Was there sufficient probable cause to allow for a wiretap?
  • Is the quality of the evidence against you questionable?

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