Award Winning Criminal Lawyers Accepting Cases in New Toronto 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.

New Toronto Toronto Criminal Lawyers

Caramanna Friedberg LLP accepts criminal clients from the New Toronto neighbourhood. The neighbourhood, New Toronto is located in the Southern part of Etobicoke. The neighbourhood boundary for New Toronto starts where the Canadian National Railway intersects with a property line that connects Twenty-Sixth Street to the Canadian National Railway. The boundary continues North-East along the Canadian National Railway to a property line that connects the railway to Dwight Avenue. The boundary then continues South along the property line to Dwight Avenue. At Dwight Avenue, the boundary continues South to Lake Shore Boulevard West. At Lake Shore Boulevard West, the boundary then continues East to Sand Beach Road. At Sand Beach Road, the boundary continues South to a property line connecting Sand Beach Road to Lake Ontario. The boundary then continues South on the property line to Lake Ontario. At Lake Ontario, the boundary then continues West along the lake, around Colonel Samuel Smith Park, to a property line that connects Lake Ontario to Twenty-Third Street. The boundary then continues North along the property line to Twenty-Third Street. At Twenty-Third Street, the boundary then continues North to Lake Shore Boulevard West. At Lake Shore Boulevard West, the boundary continues West to Twenty-Fourth Street. The boundary then continues North on Twenty-Forth Street to Carnation Avenue. At Carnation Avenue, the boundary then continues West to Twenty-Sixth Street. At Twenty-Sixth Street, the boundary then continues North to a property line connecting Twenty-Sixth Street to the Canadian National Railway. The boundary then continues North along the property line back to the Canadian National Railway.

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