Areas of Criminal Defence

Criminal Defence Lawyer Céline Dostaler | Areas of Practice:

Since beginning her legal career, Céline Dostaler has practiced exclusively as a criminal defence lawyer in practice areas that include:

DUI, Impaired and “over .80”

Drinking and driving is a criminal offence identified when a person exhibits reckless behaviour while driving, or when they fail a breathalyzer test administered by a police officer. A person is “over .80” when their blood alcohol concentration is more than 80 milligrams of alcohol for every 100 milliliters of blood. An arrest can be made for impaired driving, dangerous driving, driving over .80, or refusing to provide breath sample

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Sexual Assault

Sexual assault is the intentional physical touching of another person who has not consented. Threatening actions that do not result in physical contact may also constitute a sexual assault.

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Domestic Assault

Domestic assault relates to harming or intending to harm a family, household member, or partner, as well as forcible confinement, uttering threats, and mischief to property. While waiting for trial, a person accused with domestic assault must not be in contact with their family or partner, until the court agrees to change that condition.

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Assault

Assault is a criminal offence in which a person applies force or threatens to apply force on another person without that other person’s consent. The degree of the crime depends on a number of factors, such as whether a weapon or imitation weapon was used for the assault, if it was an aggravated assault, a sexual assault, or aggravated sexual assault, or assault of a police officer.

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Bail Hearings and Reviews

Following an arrest, the accused is brought into police custody. Shortly after, a bail hearing is held to decide if the accused will remain in custody while waiting for the trial, or be released on bail and be trusted to make any and all required court appearances up to and including a trial.

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Drug Offences

Drug offences can include the production, possession, or trafficking of drugs and controlled substances like narcotics. A person may be charged with the production of a prohibited or controlled substance, drug possession, drug trafficking, possession for the purpose of trafficking, or trafficking as part of a “criminal organization”.

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Fraud

Fraud is a criminal offence that is committed when a person takes advantage of another person or persons, defrauding them of money or valuable security, property, or service, by means of intentional deception for one’s personal gain.

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Mischief

Mischief covers all types of damage made to another person’s property. It is committed when a person intentionally damages or destroys property with no intent to steal it, or when they render it dangerous, useless, inoperative, or ineffective.

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Obstruct Police

Obstruction is a verbal or physical act that interferes with a police officer’s job. This includes resisting arrest using physical force or by trying to elude the police.

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Search and seizure

Search and seizure is a procedure that can be used by law enforcement to produce evidence for the prosecution of alleged criminals. Searches must be authorized before they are performed.

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Theft

Theft is a criminal act in which property belonging to someone is taken without that person’s consent. This includes shoplifting (retail theft), possession of stolen property, breaches of trust, workplace-related theft, price switching, and gaming offences.

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Weapons

Under Canadian law, a weapon is any object designed or intended for use in causing injury or death to another person, or for the purposes of intimidating or threatening a person.

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White Collar Crime

White collar crimes include false pretences, counterfeit money, falsification of books and records, real estate fraud, forgery, theft under power of attorney, securities fraud, and money laundering.

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Young Offender

A young offender is a child between the ages of 12-17 who has committed a crime.

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Speak to Céline Dostaler who will represent your interests, provide personal attention and prepare to achieving fair results. Contact Céline 613.695.8595 to schedule a free 30-minute consultation.

Criminal Defence Lawyer Céline Dostaler | Areas of Practice:

Since beginning her legal career, Céline Dostaler has practiced exclusively as a criminal defence lawyer in practice areas that include:

DUI, Impaired and “over .80”

Drinking and driving is a criminal offence identified when a person exhibits reckless behaviour while driving, or when they fail a breathalyzer test administered by a police officer. A person is “over .80” when their blood alcohol concentration is more than 80 milligrams of alcohol for every 100 milliliters of blood. An arrest can be made for impaired driving, dangerous driving, driving over .80, or refusing to provide breath sample

read more

Sexual Assault

Sexual assault is the intentional physical touching of another person who has not consented. Threatening actions that do not result in physical contact may also constitute a sexual assault.

read more

Domestic Assault

Domestic assault relates to harming or intending to harm a family, household member, or partner, as well as forcible confinement, uttering threats, and mischief to property. While waiting for trial, a person accused with domestic assault must not be in contact with their family or partner, until the court agrees to change that condition.

read more

Assault

Assault is a criminal offence in which a person applies force or threatens to apply force on another person without that other person’s consent. The degree of the crime depends on a number of factors, such as whether a weapon or imitation weapon was used for the assault, if it was an aggravated assault, a sexual assault, or aggravated sexual assault, or assault of a police officer.

read more

Bail Hearings and Reviews

Following an arrest, the accused is brought into police custody. Shortly after, a bail hearing is held to decide if the accused will remain in custody while waiting for the trial, or be released on bail and be trusted to make any and all required court appearances up to and including a trial.

read more

Drug Offences

Drug offences can include the production, possession, or trafficking of drugs and controlled substances like narcotics. A person may be charged with the production of a prohibited or controlled substance, drug possession, drug trafficking, possession for the purpose of trafficking, or trafficking as part of a “criminal organization”.

read more

Fraud

Fraud is a criminal offence that is committed when a person takes advantage of another person or persons, defrauding them of money or valuable security, property, or service, by means of intentional deception for one’s personal gain.

read more

Mischief

Mischief covers all types of damage made to another person’s property. It is committed when a person intentionally damages or destroys property with no intent to steal it, or when they render it dangerous, useless, inoperative, or ineffective.

read more

Obstruct Police

Obstruction is a verbal or physical act that interferes with a police officer’s job. This includes resisting arrest using physical force or by trying to elude the police.

read more

Search and seizure

Search and seizure is a procedure that can be used by law enforcement to produce evidence for the prosecution of alleged criminals. Searches must be authorized before they are performed.

read more

Theft

Theft is a criminal act in which property belonging to someone is taken without that person’s consent. This includes shoplifting (retail theft), possession of stolen property, breaches of trust, workplace-related theft, price switching, and gaming offences.

read more

Weapons

Under Canadian law, a weapon is any object designed or intended for use in causing injury or death to another person, or for the purposes of intimidating or threatening a person.

read more

White Collar Crime

White collar crimes include false pretences, counterfeit money, falsification of books and records, real estate fraud, forgery, theft under power of attorney, securities fraud, and money laundering.

read more

Young Offender

A young offender is a child between the ages of 12-17 who has committed a crime.

read more

Speak to Céline Dostaler who will represent your interests, provide personal attention and prepare to achieving fair results. Contact Céline 613.695.8595 to schedule a free 30-minute consultation.

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    Céline Dostaler offers a free initial consultation with no obligation, to discuss criminal charges with anyone who requires legal representation, no matter the criminal offence. Whether you, someone you love, or a close family friend has been charged with a criminal offence, call Ottawa criminal lawyer Céline Dostaler today.

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