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David Genis is a respected criminal lawyer in Toronto representing clients at trials and appeals. David is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and of the Criminal Lawyers Association. He has been invited to speak at the Senate Committee in Ottawa and has been interviewed by the news media.
David completed his education from the prestigious Osgoode Hall Law School, with the mission of ensuring everyone has access to justice. He specializes in technical and complex matters of criminal and immigration matters.
He regularly appears before the Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court, and Court of Appeal for Ontario in criminal cases. He also represents clients before the Immigration Appeal Division and the Federal Court of Canada for immigration matters.
David speaks English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Russian, and Ukrainian.
Law Office of David Genis – Area of Practice
David Genis’ criminal law practice intertwines many years of defending clients successfully, up-to-date criminal law expertise, and intricate knowledge of how the justice system works. We are recognized as a practice that brings formidable representation and maximizes our clients’ chances chance of success.
David Genis represents clients in a variety of complicated and technical criminal matters, including bail, DUI, drug offences, dangerous driving, refusing sample, sexual assault, child porn charges, harassment, violence, weapons charges, theft, and fraud. Our practice is well-known for getting help to clients quickly and making sure they are protected from unfair tactics.
The practice represents clients in trial and appeal, regularly representing clients in Toronto, Newmarket, and Brampton courts. The practice successfully represented the defendant in the then biggest ecstasy bust by the RCMP in Canadian history. Other successful cases include defending clients refusing samples in a DUI case with multiple witnesses; ‘not guilty’ verdict in case of defendant speeding at 160 km/h on the highway; alleged contraband luxury items returned to the defendant with an apology; Toronto Municipal Licensing and Standards division charges dropped against clients.
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