Vancouver, BC Canada (PressExposure) April 07, 2012 -- Dimitri A. Kontou is an experienced criminal defence lawyer offers legal representation to individuals charged of different criminal offences in Vancouver and other regions across British Columbia, Canada. He is a prominent Vancouver criminal lawyer who has the expertise in the criminal law division.
The main focal point of Mr. Kontou's services revolve around ensuring fair hearing for his client and that he gets the best possible judgement for the matter at hand. He takes special care of the possibilities in a case and the different options in view for the benefit of his client. He offers legal representation for different criminal offences including driving offences (prohibitions, impaired driving, dangerous driving), violence offences (domestic assault, sexual assault, threats), drug offences (marijuana grow operations, possession, trafficking), property offences (fraud, theft, shoplifting, mischief), possession and distribution of child pornography, and murder.
Mr. Kontou completed his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wales and a Master of Arts degree from the University of Alberta, both in philosophy. He graduated from the University of Victoria Law School in 1983, and was admitted to the British Columbia Bar in 1984.
Role as a Criminal Defence Lawyer
Mr. Kontou has been serving the Criminal law division for almost 30 years now and holds expertise in this field. He offers cost-free initial consultation to his clients. He offers quality review and suggestions for the case or charges. On retention of the client, he makes sure of the possibilities in a particular case. From the witness deposition to expert interviews, evidence collection, investigations etc are all undertaken by the expert criminal defence lawyer.
Untiring service and the never-give-up attitude separate this successful lawyer from his present counterparts. Based in Downtown Vancouver, Dimitri A. Kontou offers expert legal services and representation in all levels of court throughout the BC jurisdiction.