Year called to the bar: 2003
Experienced Toronto Refuse Breath Sample Lawyer – If you have been charged with Refusing to Provide a Breath Sample in Toronto or elsewhere in the GTA, you want a lawyer that is experienced in defending these serious criminal driving charges. The penalty for refusing a breathalyzer test in Ontario is the same as if you took the test and failed. Nicholas Charitsis is an experienced Refuse Breath Sample lawyer in Toronto and deals with these types of charges for clients every day.
An Experienced Advocate on Your Side
Mr. Charitsis has appeared as lead counsel in thousands of contested criminal trials. For many years now, the predominant focus of Nick’s practice has been defending individuals charged with the most serious criminal driving offences and charges under the Highway Traffic Act. He has cultivated a well deserved reputation in this area of law and is highly regarded by his colleagues in the Criminal Defence Bar, Crown Attorneys and clients, alike.
Criminal Driving Charges and Highway Traffic Act Offences Defended:
- Refuse Breath Sample
- Impaired Driving
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
- Driving over 80mgs
- Dangerous Driving
- Stunt Driving
- Careless Driving
- Fail to Remain Accident
Professional Memberships and Activities
- The Law Society of Upper Canada
- Canadian Bar Association
- Criminal Lawyers Association
- Peel Law Association
- York Lawyers Association
- 2003: Called to the Bar of Ontario
- 2003: LL.B. York University – Osgoode Hall Law School
- 1999: B.B.A. – York University – Schulich School of Business
An Experienced Toronto Refuse Breath Sample Lawyer on Your Side
As an experienced Refuse Breath Test defence lawyer, Nick ensures that you receive a full and vigorous defence to achieve the best possible legal outcome given the circumstances and evidence in your case. Assigned the friendly moniker, “Not Guilty Nick”, he is a tireless advocate for his clients. He prepares meticulously and pursues every case with passion, fearlessness and intelligence.
Being charged and arrested by the police does not automatically make you guilty. You are not guilty until a judge says you are guilty. Being charged and arrested. Going to Court – It is all a very stressful experience. Feelings of helplessness, uncertainty, fear, embarrassment and disbelief immediately come to the surface. The prospects of going to jail, getting a criminal record and/or losing your drivers license make the stress even worse.
DON’T GO THROUGH THE PROCESS ALONE. CONTACT NICK IMMEDIATELY AT 416-731-7113. Nick will walk you through the process in a compassionate, professional and results oriented manner. He has SUCCESSFULLY defended and WON thousands of cases in court. Contact Nick for a FREE consultation and evaluation of your case.