Peter Lindsay is a defence lawyer who founded the company in 1996.
He was called to the bar of Ontario in 1991 after graduating with Honours from the University of Toronto Law School in 1989. He articled and was a lawyer at Tories before leaving in 1994 to pursue his passion in criminal law. Since 1994, Peter’s successfully represented his Clients on all kinds of criminal cases from murder to theft, with a particular emphasis on impaired driving.
Some of his most notable cases include, David Chen, a shopkeeper in Chinatown, who was charged with a number of crimes for conducting a citizen’s arrest of a shoplifter. His successful representation of Mr. Chen, helped rewrite legislation.
Peter has also successfully represented a number of different clients on cases involving freedom of expression, as well as, providing counsel on over 300 reported cases, including key cases as a subject matter expert for defence lawyers across Canada in defence of impaired driving cases.
Membership and Activities
Peter has been a regular lecturer at the Law Society of Upper Canada, since 2011, providing other lawyers insights in the area of defending impaired driving charges.
Peter is a proud father of two, with a Black belt in karate.
- Graduated in 1986 with Honours BA in Economics with Mathematics Minor from University of Western Ontario (First in class and highest marks in Faculty of Social Sciences)
- Graduated in 1989 with Honours from University of Toronto Law School
- Articled in 1989-1990 with Tories
- Called to Bar in 1991
- Practiced Civil and Criminal litigation at Tories from 1991 to 1994
- Started practicing Criminal Law full time in 1994
English. Our office also has a high quality of Mandarin and Cantonese interpreters onsite, as well as immediate access to a high quality of interpreters of any language available to assist with your case.