Toronto Criminal Law Lawyer David M. Schell
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YEAR OF CALL: 2004
EDUCATION: University of Windsor (1999) and the University of Windsor
ASSOCIATIONS: Law Society of Ontario.

David M. Schell

B.A.(Hons.), LL.B.

Featured Area of Practice:  Criminal Law

Other Areas of Practice: Personal Injury


TORONTO CRIMINAL LAWYER

Facing criminal charges is a stressful experience with dire personal and financial consequences for an accused upon conviction.

Obtaining the right legal representation is critical in order to ensure that your rights have not been infringed and to ensure that you are aware of all your options, including any potential defences available to properly fight the charge.

David Schell is experienced in handling criminal, quasi-criminal and regulatory offences from the time an accused is charged through to trial. David has particular expertise in driving related offences such as Impaired Driving and Over 80, however he handles all manner of criminal charges and offences including:

 Drug Offences
 Assault
 Sexual Assault
 Domestic Assault
 Fraud

David also has significant experience in a variety of litigation areas and has appeared as counsel before both judge and jury in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. He has appeared and argued before every level of Court in Ontario, including the Court of Appeal for Ontario.

David was called to the Ontario Bar in 2004 and became a partner of Devry Smith Frank LLP in 2014. In addition to being a member of the Law Society of Ontario, David was also called to the New York State Bar in 2004.

If you or someone you know has been charged with a criminal offence, please contact Toronto criminal lawyer David Schell at 416-446-5096.



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David has acted as counsel in the following reported decisions: Watts v. Benvenuti 2006 Cohen v. Magliozzi at all 2006 Garisto v. Wang 2008 Masssa and Allstate Insurance Company of Canada Livingston v. Williamson at al Henry and State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Martin v. Gibson 2013


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