Norman F. Williams
Mr. Williams is a seasoned litigator with a specialization in complex criminal and civil litigation. He has appeared on both Provincial and Federal matters at the trial and appeal levels, including murder, fraud and money laundering.
He is well renowned for his strategic, skillful and passionate advocacy such as in the case of R. vs. Cooper, which established a case of somnambulism in murder trials, and had set a dramatic precedent in Canadian Law.
Mr. Williams has been practicing law in Hamilton, Ontario having been called to the bar in 1971. He has graduated from Osgoode Law School after receiving a degree in history (B.A.) from Ithaca College in the United States of America.
Mr. Williams, affectionately called Norm by his clients, is now pleased to represent grandchildren of his clients dating back from the 1970's.
Vikram Singh practices primarily Criminal and Family Law. He has appeared on both Provincial and Federal matters in the Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
Mr. Singh has experience in Dangerous Offender Applications, Impaired Driving, Drug Trafficking, Financial and Cyber Crimes, Bail Hearings, Domestic Assaults, Luring, Torture, Child Protection Applications, Children's Aid Society, Custody and Access and Mental Health cases.
Mr. Singh has been appointed Amicus counsel on criminal matters in both the Ontario and Superior Court of Justice for unrepresented accused persons and to cross examine witnesses at the preliminary inquiry and trial stage. He attends at hearings across Ontario including Hamilton, Brantford, Toronto, London, New Market, Barrie, Guelph, Sudbury, St. Catherines, Welland, Kingston, Oshawa and Brampton.
Mr Singh graduated from the University of Birmingham where he obtained an Honours Bachelor of Law (LL.B), he received his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Windsor and Bachelor of Commerce (B.Comm) from McMaster University. He is fluent in Punjabi.
Glenn E.J. Sandberg
Mr. Sandberg graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1987 after completing the Intensive Program in Criminal Law and a Practicum with John M. Rosen in 1986. Called to the Bar in 1990, he has practiced criminal law exclusively throughout Ontario and beyond, with particular experience in homicide, criminal organisation and weapons offences.
Often featured in radio, television and newspaper coverage, his practice includes “Project” cases involving South American and European entities identified with organized crime. He is a frequent commentator on a wide range of issues, including legislative changes in criminal law and in both English and French media.
He often works collaboratively with the leading experts in related fields of forensics (psychiatry, toxicology, ballistics, pathology), immigration and subspecialties within criminal law (wiretaps, complex impaired driving).
Mr. Sandberg is a member of The Law Society of Upper Canada; Toronto Lawyers Association, Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity, Sudbury District Law Association, Thomas More Lawyers Guild, and a Director of the Ontario Bar Association and of the Criminal Lawyers' Association.
Mr. Sandberg is pleased to offer his services in English, French and Italian.
Ramon Petgrave practices primarily Criminal and Family Law. He has appeared on both
Provincial and Federal matters in the Ontario Court of Justice and Superior Court of Justice.
Mr. Petgrave has experience in Child Protection Applications, Children's Aid Society, Custody
and Access cases, Divorce Applications, Dangerous Offender Applications, Impaired Driving,
Drug Trafficking, Bail Hearings, Domestic Assaults, Highway Traffic Act and Provincial
Offence Act cases and Small Claims Court.
He attends at hearings across Ontario including Hamilton, Brampton, Milton, Brantford, Toronto, London, Newmarket, Barrie, Guelph, St. Catharines, Welland, Oshawa and Windsor.
He is currently a member of both the Advisory Committee for Immigrants and Refugees and the
Mundialization Committee in the City of Hamilton. He is also a member of the Hamilton Law
Mr. Petgrave graduated from Bond University where he obtained a Juris Doctor (J.D). Prior to
attending law school, he received a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Communication Studies and Social
Justice and a Bachelor of Arts Honours (B.A., Hons) in Communication Studies from the
University of Windsor.
The lawyers of Williams & Singh understand cross cultural differences and have successfully represented clients from Asia, The Middle East, Africa and Europe. The lawyers are made effective by the amount of assistance they are able to rely upon during their time away in court. Should you require general assistance in their absence, please feel free to contact:
54 JAMES STREET NORTH
L8R 2K1 CANADA
TEL: 905 522 9287
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