Filkow Criminal Law
The consequences and impact of a criminal matter can be devastating. Mr. Kevin A. Filkow is a first rate criminal defence lawyer in Richmond BC who knows the justice system. He is a partner of Michaels & Filkow, a highly regarded and experienced (45 years +) Richmond law firm focusing on protecting clients’ interests in criminal defence matters. Mr. Filkow is a criminal laywer known for achieving exceptional results. He has an enviable record of resolving matters positively, allowing clients to get on with their lives.
Specialization in Criminal Matters
Specialization in criminal matters is critical because the law and the practices of criminal defence are continuously changing. Each case must be handled carefully and properly throughout. Mr. Filkow is actively engaged day to day in Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey and Lower Mainland criminal law cases as a recognized and respected criminal law counsel. He has a superior strategic mind, extraordinary negotiating abilities and excellent litigation and courtroom skills.
Mr. Filkow stresses it is never too early and it is always important to have a strong lawyer to take care of your case and protect your interests and privacy concerns. You may contact our Vancouver and Richmond law firm at any time to discuss your matter at 604-278-8100.
Please contact our law offices as well for motor vehicle traffic disputes.
Mr. Filkow is proud to represent clients in Richmond's Chinese community. Translation services in both Cantonese and Mandarin are available.
Kevin Filkow challenges Remedial Programs (Interlock Ignition) for drivers who have received an Immediate Roadside Prohibition (IRP).
Kevin Filkow appears on the Bill Good show and discusses Vancouver Stanley Cup riot cases, the defense of intoxication and the issue of memory loss.
Kevin Filkow speaks to CBC, CTV, and the National Post on Immediate Roadside Prohibitions.
Kevin Filkow speaks to Canadian Lawyer magazine about consequences for driving offences.
Kevin Filkow appears on City and CBC to discuss the new impaired driving laws and suspect’s right to remain silent and to speak to counsel.