Alan Faeorin-Cruich, (or "Fae" as some clients prefer) is a passionate criminal defence lawyer. His practice covers a wide area from Milton, Hamilton, and Brantford, up through Kitchener, Guelph, and Orangeville, and north up to Owen Sound. He also practices in Toronto and the surrounding areas.
Alan draws on his experience and his connections with social support organization, mental health and addictions coordinators, and a team of experts and investigators to ensure that his clients' needs are met.
Alan Faeorin-Cruich is experienced in handling all types of criminal charges, including First Degree Murder Charges. He has conducted trials in the Ontario Court of Justice, the Superior Court of Justice, and appeals at the Ontario Court of Appeal, located in Toronto.
A skilled litigator and trial lawyer, Alan brings his experience and knowledge in assessing a case and understands that some clients want to resolve the charges early rather than proceed to trial.
Using the courtroom experience from his criminal defence practice, Alan also represents clients in the Ontario Court of Appeal in Toronto. His knowledge of the rules of evidence and court procedure assist in him ensuring his clients' case is managed effectively.
Alan is a firm believer in access to justice and human rights. He has acted as Amicus to the Court. He volunteers at numerous organizations designed to provide access to justice such as Innocence Canada, previously the Association in the Defence of the Wrongfully Convicted. Alan previously sat as a director of the Wellington Lawyers' Association.
Originally from Scotland, Alan immigrated to Canada a decade ago. He completed his legal education at Edinburgh Napier University in Scotland where he focused on advocacy, trial work, and criminal law.
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