Dec 11

Toronto Criminal Charges

Toronto is the largest jurisdiction for criminal charges. There are several criminal courthouses in Toronto. If your matter appears in the Ontario Court of Justice, your court appearance will be at one of the following courthouses:

  • 2201 Finch Avenue West (Toronto West);
  • 1000 Finch Avenue West (Toronto North);
  • 60 Queens Street West (Old City Hall);
  • 444 Young Street (College Park);
  • 1911 Eglinton Avenue (Scarborough); or

If your matter is in the Superior Court of Justice, your matter will be at 361 University Avenue.

If you are facing Youth charges, you may be at a different courthouse. Youth charges are addressed at Toronto West, Scarborough, and 311 Jarvis Street.

In Spring 2023, all of the above-named courts will be amalgamated, so that only one location will exist for all set date appearances before the Ontario Court of Justice in Toronto. The new courthouse will be located in Downtown Toronto, behind City Hall. Bail hearings will be heard at Toronto West court.

Toronto Trial Lawyers

Lockyer Zaduk Zeeh is based in Toronto, and we are experienced Toronto trial lawyers. We represent people on all charges from simple theft to first-degree murder. If you are looking for a Toronto DUI lawyer, a Toronto sexual assault lawyer, or a Toronto domestic violence lawyer, Lockyer Zaduk Zeeh have the trial experience to skillfully defend your case.

As experience trial lawyers, we take a proactive approach to defending our clients. We subpoena evidence, we seek out witnesses, we hire private investigators, and we will work tirelessly with you to help prepare your best defence. We know that preparing a proper defence will result in acquittals.

If you are facing a criminal charge in Toronto, and need a Toronto trial lawyer, please call us at (416) 613-0416 or (416) 595-9500 or contact us at for a free consultation. We will meet with you to ensure you understand the court process, discuss the facts of your case and potential defences, and we will map out a trial strategy to help maximize your chances of an acquittal.