PAGE LAW

Criminal Defence Lawyer

ALANA PAGE

(416) 341-9966

 
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If you are facing criminal charges, your best defence is calling the Law Office of Alana Page.

Before you step into a courtroom, make sure you understand your rights and get expert representation. Our Toronto-based firm is available 24 hours a day to handle all stages of the criminal process, from bail hearings to trials and plea negotiations. We have a proven track record for winning even the most challenging and serious criminal cases.

Confidence, experience & passion get you the best outcome.

Toronto lawyer Alana Page has practiced criminal law exclusively since her call to the Ontario Bar in 1997. She is a senior member of the criminal defence bar with over 18 years experience.

As a trial lawyer, Ms. Page has represented clients on a wide variety of charges and has appeared as counsel on hundreds of trials ranging from first-degree murder to drug trafficking to sexual assault. Ms. Page is passionate about protecting individual rights and freedoms. She works directly with each client to build a strong working relationship, reviews all options, and tirelessly prepares every case to provide the best defence.

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Since called to the Ontario bar in 1997, Alana Page has practiced exclusively in the area of criminal law.

This focus has given her specialized knowledge of the Criminal Code of Canada, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Alana’s areas of practice underscore her extensive trial experience and understanding of relevant criminal law.

During her 18 years as a trial lawyer, she has represented clients on a wide variety of matters including:

  • Bail hearings
  • Assault charges
  • Child pornography (possession and production)
  • Dangerous Offender Applications
  • Domestic assault
  • Drug offences (trafficking, possession, importing)
  • Firearms and Weapons offences
  • Frauds and Thefts
  • Homicides (murder, attempt murder, manslaughter)
  • Impaired driving (by alcohol and drugs) and Over 80 charges
  • Ontario Review Board hearings
  • Robbery charges
  • Sexual offences (including those involving children)
  • Youth offences
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