GARY GRILL416-657-3332 firstname.lastname@example.org
Persuasive. Knowledgeable. Dedicated. These are the qualities that best describe
Gary Grill and his approach to the law.
His successes in court are grounded in his thoughtful and logical approach. His
reputation for honesty and legal clarity has earned him the respect of judges. His
skill at cross-examination has swayed juries in the most difficult of trials. His focus
and quiet confidence persuades prosecutors and the police.
Since his call to the bar in 1996, Gary has discreetly represented hundreds of
people whose lives and professional reputations would have been irreparably
damaged by a criminal conviction. However, when called upon, Gary also has been
counsel in some of the most notorious cases in Toronto’s history. The Boxing Day
shooting, the case of the Toronto 18, the C.W. Jeffries High School shooting, and the
Garden Restaurant murder, to name a few, saw Gary defending unpopular clients
charged with outrageous crimes in court and in the media.
Gary is an LSO certified criminal law specialist, and brings his substantial
experience as counsel in complex and serious cases to every legal argument he
makes. He was an adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School for many years where he taught criminal procedure to upper year students and continues to frequently lectures on criminal law, advocacy, and animal rights law.
Gary offers his clients the highest level of attention, advocacy and legal expertise.