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Law Office of Caryma Sa d

222 Spadina Avenue, Toronto M5T 3B3, Ontario, Toronto Division, Canada

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The criminal justice system is difficult to navigate alone.
Caryma Sa’d works to ensure her clients’ rights are protected. You can count on her to guide you through complex court processes as painlessly as possible.

Caryma Sa’d can help with the following:

Bail Hearings

Disclosure Review

Pre-Trial Negotiations

Trials

Sentencing Hearings

Independent Legal Advice

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Establishment year:
1984
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222 Spadina Avenue, Toronto M5T 3B3, Ontario, Toronto Division, Canada
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