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Airdrie Criminal Defence Lawyer

Dahlem Criminal Defence will defend your Airdrie criminal charges.

(Updated for September 2022) Regular in person court sittings have resumed. There are new rules for court attendance for people charged with criminal offences.

Are you charged with an offence and have to appear in court in Airdrie? Dahlem Criminal Defence can defend your charges in Airdrie for you. As experienced criminal lawyers, Dahlem Criminal Defence makes the process easy for you.

Airdrie is a busy town located north of Calgary and it has grown 43% over the past decade. As a result, the Provincial Court in Airdrie is a very busy court location. There has been no increase in available court time in Airdrie. This is even though the local population is much bigger and the crime rate has increased as a result. 

Tyson Dahlem is a criminal defence lawyer. Tyson has practised criminal law in Airdrie for over 18 years. He has detailed knowledge of the Airdrie Court. He also has comprehensive experience with Airdrie law enforcement and issues.

If you live in Airdrie, Dahlem Criminal Defence is a lawyer near you. Dahlem Criminal Defence is the only criminal lawyer you need. We make dealing with the courts in Airdrie simple. Everything related to your charges is dealt with online, through your phone. Tyson makes dealing with your charges in Airdrie easy, and with the least stress.

If you need a criminal lawyer in Airdrie, contact Dahlem Criminal Defence now. We will answer your questions. We offer a free first consultation.

What goes into court in Airdrie?

All persons charged with criminal offences in Airdrie and area make their first appearances in Airdrie Provincial Court.

The RCMP Integrated Traffic Enforcement Unit operates on the Queen Elizabeth II Highway and is there primarily for drug interdiction. All highway drug interdictions between Didsbury and the Calgary city limits go to court in Airdrie.

The Provincial Court in Airdrie is part of the Calgary regional circuit. The prosecution of criminal code offences in Airdrie is conducted by the Calgary-Rural and Regional Response Office (CARRRO). The prosecution of drug and other offences of federal jurisdiction is conducted by the Public Prosecution Service of Canada out of the Calgary Office. All victims of a crime are assisted by Airdrie and District Victims Services Society. All serious indictable matters that go to trial in the Court of Queen's Bench do so at the Calgary Court of Queen’s bench.

The Airdrie Courthouse

Provincial Court
Suite 113, 104 1st Ave NW
Airdrie, AB, T4B 0R6

airdrie provincial court

Sitting Times for Provincial Court (Criminal) in Airdrie

Every Tuesday - Provincial Statutes (Courtroom 001) 9:30 am
Every Tuesday - Provincial Statutes (First Appearance)
Case Management Office (CMO) - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Every Thursday - Criminal In-Custody docket (Courtroom 001) 9:30 am
Every Thursday - Criminal Out-of-Custody docket
Case Management Office (CMO) - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Sitting Times for Provincial Court (Family & Youth) in Airdrie

Every Tuesday - Provincial Statutes (Courtroom 001) 9:30 am
Every Tuesday - Provincial Statutes (First Appearance)
Case Management Office (CMO) - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Every Thursday - Youth docket (Courtroom 001) 9:30 am

Court Coverage Area and Police Jurisdictions

The geographical area serviced by the Provincial Court in Airdrie is large. It includes Airdrie, Balzac, Crossfield, and everything on Highway 2 between the Calgary city limits and Didsbury.