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Criminal Law


Mustafa Sheikh is a lawyer who is dedicated on helping as many people as possible. He is solely focused on ensuring that anyone charged with a criminal offence has the legal representation they deserve.

Mustafa Sheikh has handled hundreds of files for charges ranging from firearm offences to attempted murder. Mustafa will make sure you get the legal advice you deserve, and the legal attention your file requires. Once you get the opportunity to speak to Mr. Sheikh you will see why clients are drawn to him because he will go the extra mile to make sure you are comfortable and put at ease. Empathy and being a good listener are just a few special traits that separate Mr. Sheikh from most lawyers, he understands where you are coming from and will make sure he talks to you in a way that makes you feel comfortable. At the end of the day, that is what WhatTheLaw is all about.

Mustafa Sheikh can be seen on TV on Global News, City News and CBC providing his legal opinions on headline stories.