Fontaine, Michel G., Professional Corporation

Fontaine, Michel G., Professional Corporation
1-10169 104 St. N.W.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1A5
Phone: (780) 424-8600
Fax: (780) 428-8640

Organization overview

Take Control Of Your Legal Defence

Every person charged with a criminal offence deserves proper legal representation. As a criminal defence lawyer serving Edmonton, Alberta, I want you to be involved in your defence — you should know what your lawyers are doing and why they're doing it.

My name is Michel G. Fontaine, and I understand how your reputation, job and family life can be affected by a criminal charge. Practising solely in the field of criminal defence for over 25 years, my firm can represent you on charges of:

Impaired driving
Drug, theft and fraud offences
Violent offences, including sexual assault
Youth crimes
Solid Strategies For Alcohol Or Drug-Related Driving Charges

If you have refused a roadside breathalyzer test, are you aware of what consequences you may face? Do you know what grounds a police officer may cite to search and seize items from your vehicle?

Most people do not know the answers to these questions or how the answers apply to their specific situation. As a criminal defence lawyer, I have assisted clients to approach these issues and develop effective defence strategies for any alcohol- or drug-related driving charges.

Whether it's an infringement of your charter rights and freedoms, police compliance issues or reducing the charges, my firm, Michel G. Fontaine, Criminal Lawyer, can advise you on:

What to do when you've been charged
The best defence options and how their outcomes suit your needs
Your rights and legal obligations involved in impaired driving charges
Proving Reasonable Doubt

It's the Crown's job to prove its case against you beyond a reasonable doubt. It's my job to question if they made their case properly. This is a very unique challenge and I enjoy challenges.

I go over every fact, case law and related legislation with clients to make sure all the charges are relevant, focusing on issues of:

Search and seizure
Legal procedures


English, English and French

Practice areas

Criminal Law

Free initial consultation