Award Winning Criminal Lawyers Accepting Cases in Agincourt South-Malvern West Toronto Ontario

From October 4 to 29, 2021, Canadian Lawyer Magazine conducted a survey to select the top boutique criminal law firms in Canada. From an extensive list of candidates, respondents ranked the top firms in this category in Canada, including Toronto in the Region in Ontario. Survey participants were asked to rank the top criminal law firms by region. Voters chose ten top boutique criminal law firms in Ontario, with Caramanna Friedberg LLP being selected as one of the top ten.

Agincourt South-Malvern West Toronto Criminal Lawyers

Caramanna Friedberg LLP accepts criminal clients from the Agincourt South-Malvern West neighbourhood. The neighbourhood, Agincourt South-Malvern West is located in north-central Scarborough. The neighbourhood boundary for Agincourt South-Malvern West starts Finch Avenue East intersects Midland Avenue. The boundary follows south along Midland Avenue to Huntingwood Drive. At Huntingwood Drive the boundary continues east to Brimley Drive. Once at Brimley Drive, the boundary then turns south until it meets the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks, which it then follows to the northeast. Where the railway tracks intersect with Markham Road, the boundary turns south along Markham Road to Highway 401. The boundary then continues west along Highway 401 to Kennedy Road. At Kennedy Road, the boundary continues north to Havendale Road. At the intersection of Kennedy Road and Havendale Road, the boundary turns east along Havendale Road. Once Havendale Road intersects with the Canadian National Railway tracks, it then continues north along the railway to Finch Avenue East. The boundary then follows Finch Avenue East to the east to Midland Avenue.

About Agincourt South-Malvern West

Agincourt South-Malvern West is located in Agincourt which is a neighbourhood and former village, once referred to as "hero town" by the citizens that lived there. The village of Agincourt was officially founded with the establishment of the Agincourt post office, opened in June 1858 by John Hill. The settlement was named after the site of Henry V's decisive English victory over French forces in 1415. Agincourt has one of the largest Asian communities in Toronto, visible in the signage of the many shopping malls that proliferate in the neighbourhood. The East Indian and Indo Pakistani community are also well established in Agincourt.


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