Calvin Barry Toronto Criminal Lawyer

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WELCOME TO THE CALVIN BARRY DUI BLOG

Calvin Barry is a highly experienced Over 80 mgs or Impaired Driving lawyer; with over 30 years spent practicing law, more than 16 years of which was spent as a Senior Crown Attorney, Calvin is the right Criminal Lawyer to help you if you’re looking for someone to defend you in court.

Calvin Barry was a Senior Crown Attorney for a period of more than 16 years. He handled more than 60 jury trials in the past including high-profile cases considering he worked as a Criminal Prosecutor at all levels of Trial Court. He has been practicing in the area of Criminal Law and Regulatory Offences since 2004.

His 3 decades of experience with the law taught him the best possible defences for your impaired driving case and identify which ones will be result to a win. Although he has previously dealt with other disciplines of law such as real estate matters, corporate matters, and personal injury cases, Calvin is dedicating his entire practice these days to criminal defence.

With Calvin Barry, you can be sure that your case will be reviewed, that he’ll listen to what you have to say about what transpired leading to your arrest, and work with you to formulate a strong defence.

Talking to Calvin is initially free of charge. Please call us at 1-866-961-4963 for a free initial consultation or drop by our office.

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