Craniotis Law Office was established by Peter J. Craniotis in Oakville, Ontario in June, 2009. We are conveniently located at 483 Dundas Street West, Suite 217 in Oakville (North-East corner of the Dundas & Neyagawa intersection, near Highway 407) and offer a free and confidential initial consultation for all new clients. In addition to our regular business hours, from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm, we also offer evening and weekend appointments subject to availability.
Our office represents individuals charged with any criminal offence under the Criminal Code or the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Such offences include; offences against person (assault, assault with a weapon, assault causing bodily harm, aggravated assault), property related offences (theft under and over $5,000, break & enter), fraudulent transactions (fraud under and over $5,000), sexual offences (sexual assault, making/distributing/possessing/accessing child pornography, sexual interference, sexual exploitation, invitation to sexual touching), offences relating to currency (counterfeit currency, proceeds of crime), driving-related offences (impaired driving, “over 80”), and all drug-related offences (possession, importing/exporting, possession for the purpose of trafficking).
As a criminal defence lawyer, Peter has represented numerous individuals in the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice with respect to all of the above-referenced criminal charges as well as other charges. Our practice is not only limited to adult accused persons, we also represent young persons (12-17 years old) charged under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
483 Dundas St West
Oakville, ON L6M 1L9
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Assault, assault with a weapon, assault causing bodily harm, aggravated assault
Theft under and over $5,000,
break & enter
Fraud under and over $5,000
proceeds of crime
Impaired driving - “over 80”
Possession, importing/exporting, possession for the purpose of trafficking
Sexual assault, making/distributing/possessing/accessing child pornography, sexual interference, sexual exploitation, invitation to sexual touching
young persons (12-17 years old) charged under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.