Damien R. Frost & Associates, Barristers - Toronto, ON

Suite 20230 St. Clair Avenue WestToronto, ON M4V 3A1, Canada

Updated: 11/18/2017

Toronto Criminal Law - Federal (White Collar Crime) Law Firm


Damien R. Frost has been practicing law since 1981. Mr. Frost was Crown Counsel for the Attorney General for Ontario for six years before entering private practice. He was responsible for prosecuting "special prosecutions" which consisted of complex, large scale white collar crimes. He also represented the Crown on appeals to the Ontario Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Canada.

Mr. Frost joined an association of senior and experienced criminal lawyers, eventually joining...


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