R. Biss, B.A., LL.B.
BARRISTER & SOLICITOR
The main Court House for Brampton is located at 7755 Hurontario Street. There is lots of free parking. You enter through the main entrance which faces the parking lot. There is security at the door similar to an airport.
7755 Hurontario Street
Hurontario Street at County Court
Brampton , Ontario
Courthouse Phone Numbers
Parking: Large free parking lot. Entry from both Hurontario Street and County Court Road. Handicapped parking at main entrance.
Photocopying: Coin machines in main office and lawyers' library.
Food: Large cafeteria, good lunch menu, wide selection of coffees and snacks. Nearby restaurants include Swiss Chalet, Harvey's, Tim Horton's, Longo's.
Lounge: Lawyers only: New and comfortable furniture, refrigerator and microwave. Pay phone. Small Barristers' change rooms. Good place for a meeting.
Library: Peel Law Association Library. Many quiet study carrels with power but no Internet access. Quicklaw and CD ROM access for PLA members.
Internet Data Access: The building (including courtrooms) has steel double floors for easy network cable laying. The steel floors, however, severely restrict cell phone voice and data connections. The Peel Criminal Lawyers Association will continue to press for better Internet connectivity from courtrooms.
Map to Courthouse Location
Directions to Courthouse: Located on Hurontario Street between Derry Road and Steeles Avenue. From Hwy. 401 take Hurontario Street North to Courthouse entrance or County Court Road. From Hwy 410 North take Derry Road or Steeles Ave West to Hurontario Street
History: The original Peel County Courthouse is a beautiful (see it in Hollywood North films) 1 courtroom building in downtown Brampton attached to the old Brampton jail which is now the Peel County Museum. That courthouse was replaced by the 1967 County Courthouse, Clarence Street criminal court, Mississauga Hensall Circle court, and Brampton Family Court. All of those buildings have now been replaced by the new A Grenville & William Davis Courthouse opened in 2000, with 50 courtrooms and 40,000 charges per year.
Ontario Court of Justice (formerly Provincial Court, Criminal Division)
(Criminal Court - Adults, Young Persons ages 16-17, Young Persons ages 12-15)
Ontario Court of Justice (Family Court, formerly Provincial Court, Family
(Family Court, Children's Aid)
Superior Court of Justice (formerly General Division, County Court)
(Divorce, Property Division, Civil Litigation, Criminal Jury)
The Court House for traffic offences and other provincial offences is located at:
Offences under the Highway Traffic Act in Brampton prosecuted by the City of Brampton
5 Ray Lawson, Brampton, Ontario
Stephen R. Biss, Barrister & Solicitor
470 Hensall Circle, Suite 303
Toll- Free Number for Info
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