• The best defence

    Criminal defence attorney with outstanding professional ethics and over 30 years of experience.

  • 1 Tenacity

    Your lawyer is ready to fight for you… right to the end, even at times accomplishing what you thought was impossible.

  • 2 Strategy

    Your lawyer is a formidable legal strategist who identifies the weak points in his opponent's arguments, determines the right angle of attack and anticipates the challenges ahead.

  • 3 Discretion

    Your lawyer is willing to forgo any publicity to further his own self-interest in order to protect your life and privacy. This is achieved by erecting a barrier to protect you from adversity.

  • 4 Mastery

    Your lawyer has cumulated more than 30 years of experience. He has thorough knowledge of the facts involved in your case as well as applicable case law.

  • 5 Preparation

    Your lawyer will help you prepare for the trial, using 'real-life situation' techniques no one else uses.

  • 6 Impact

    Your lawyer is skilled at knocking out the opponent during cross-examination and delivering convincing oral arguments.

  • 7 Courage

    Your lawyer is undaunted by anyone or anything. Your lawyer will remain solid as an oak.

Call without delay

  • You have been charged with a criminal offence…
  • You have been summoned by the police…
  • You want to prevent the charges against you from becoming public…
  • You fear losing your driver's licence…
  • You do not want to have a criminal record…
  • You want to stay out of jail…
  • You want the BEST defence.

Jean Petit & Associés
36, rue Saint-Nicolas
Quebec QC  G1K 6T2

Criminal charges

  • Discharged from custody
  • Drinking and driving
  • Conjugal violence
  • Hit-and-run
  • Speeding
  • Harassment
  • Threats
  • Appealing a decision
  • Release pending appeal
  • Drugs
  • Theft
  • Sexual assault
  • Violence
  • Young offenders
  • Fraud and economic crimes
  • Serious crimes
  • Extradition
  • Youth protection
  • Violence in sports
  • Discharged from custody
  • Drinking and driving
  • Conjugal violence
  • Hit-and-run
  • Speeding
  • Harassment
  • Threats
  • Appealing a decision
  • Release pending appeal
  • Drugs
  • Theft
  • Sexual assault
  • Violence
  • Young offenders
  • Fraud and economic crimes
  • Serious crimes
  • Extradition
  • Youth protection
  • Violence in sports

You have been charged? What to do?

  1. Do not say anything to the police before speaking to a lawyer. Keep quiet!

    You have the right to remain silent.

  2. Ask questions before choosing an attorney.

    Your choice of lawyer is your most important decision.

How do you choose the right attorney?

When you are charged with a criminal offence, your attorney is the most important person. Here are 7 key criteria you must absolutely consider before choosing a lawyer: Cont'd

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