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Assault Causing Bodily Harm
There are two sides to every assault charge. We take yours!


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Check Out One of Our Recent Wins

Case: R. v. W.N.* 
Charge: Assault Causing Bodily Harm 
Result: All Criminal Charges Withdrawn

“Thanks to you I will not have a criminal record! This nightmare is over. You cleared my name. Thank you so much."  - W.N.

* Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results and may vary according to the facts in individual cases.



Assault Causing Bodily Harm


Any assault causing an injury that interferes with a victim’s health or comfort is considered an assault causing bodily harm.

Injuries considered “bodily harm” can include extensive cuts requiring stitches, broken bones, head injuries such as concussion, black eye, or a cracked skull.


Psychological trauma impacting a person’s mental health can also be considered assault causing bodily harm.

Penalties for an Assault Causing Bodily Harm

If you are convicted of Assault Causing Bodily Harm, your permanent criminal record will show that you have been convicted of a violent crime.  The maximum penalty you will face is a 10-year jail term.


In addition, you face the possibility of fines, probation, and other problems associated with having a violent criminal record, such as firearm bans, employment challenges, and international travel restrictions.


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Our Proprietary Approach to Assault Causing Bodily Harm

Assault causing Bodily Harm charges are very serious. They can  have significant consequences on your freedom or liberty, your employment opportunities, your relationship with your family, and your ability to travel internationally.

There are two sides to every assault charge. You need a lawyer who takes your side, believes in you and will fight to resolve your assault charge in a manner most favorable to you. As criminal assault lawyers, we appear in court for you, speak with the Crown Prosecutors on your behalf, resolve your charges, or take them to trial.


Speak to an experienced Assault Lawyer
for FREE right now. Call (416) 400-6668  24/7


We humanize you in the eyes of the Crown Prosecutor

When a Crown Prosecutor receives your case from the police all they see is your name, a case number, your charge(s), and the details of your alleged crime. That’s it. 


Our proprietary approach in dealing with the Crown Prosecutors on your behalf is to expand their vision of you. To help them see you as a ‘person’ — a father, son, brother, mother, daughter, sister and so on. We ensure they are aware of hardships you’ve endured in life, your goals, your ambitions. We want them to understand the life pressures on you that may have been a factor when the alleged assault occurred. And through proposed diversion programs, we want them to understand how you are dealing with this situation in a way that is most favorable to ensure it never happens again.


Having ‘humanized’ you in the eyes of the Crown Prosecutor, the next step is to negotiate to have your assault charges reduced, dropped completely, or withdrawn as a result of proposed diversion programs, and resolved with small fines, community service, or a peace bond.


However, if we have to go to court to fight for you, we will aggressively defend you, fight for your rights, and  strive to have all charges against you withdrawn.

Facing an Assault Charge?
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