Monte MacGregor LL.B.
Monte MacGregor was called to the bar in 2003. After completing law school Mr. MacGregor, because of his background in banking and commerce, initially worked in corporate finance and securities at one of Canada’s largest firms. Although this experience was rewarding and challenging, it did not fully engage his passion for the law – it was only after stepping into the realm of criminal defence that his true desire was ignited.
Since coming to Toronto, he has practiced exclusively in criminal law. The focus of his practice is on larger scale prosecutions including murder, attempted murder, robbery, break and enter, firearms and drug offences, as well as large scale projects involving multiple accused. These cases demand difficult decisions and complex strategic plans to engage all of the issues and develop the most optimal solutions.
Early in his career Mr. MacGregor was fortunate to have the opportunity to teach Criminal Law, the Law of Evidence and Advocacy at Seneca College. This experience helped fortify his knowledge and strengthen his capabilities within the courtroom. Mr. MacGregor takes great pride in having received multiple referrals and recommendations from police officers, prosecutors and judges for people they have known that are in trouble. His experience and reputation amongst the legal community demonstrates the excellence that he brings each time he is called on to defend his clients.
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“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Martin Luther King Jr.
Royland Moriah B.A. LL.B.
Royland’s interest in criminal defence work began as a teenager and continued through his undergrad at Saint Mary’s University where he obtained and English Degree and Criminology Certificate. After graduating from Dalhousie Law School in 2004 and being called to the bar in 2005 Royland worked as an articling student and policy lawyer at the human-rights focused African Canadian Legal Clinic. In 2007 he began to focus exclusively on criminal defence work, first with the McLeod Group and then as a sole practitioner from 2012 until joining MacGregor Moriah Horic LLP.
While working as a policy lawyer at the African Canadian Legal Clinic Royland was involved in litigating human rights cases and participating in the preparation of and/or appearing on interventions at the Divisional Court, Court of Appeal, and Supreme Court of Canada. Since commencing his criminal practice he has successfully represented client’s at the Ontario Court of Justice and Superior Court of Justice in judge and jury trials on cases ranging from drug possession to homicide.
Royland is an active member of the Criminal Lawyer’s Association serving on the Diversity Committee and Membership Committees and regularly appears as a speaker for the Criminal Lawyer’s Association, the Criminal Justice Institute of the Ontario Bar Association annual conference, and regularly volunteers with the Ontario Justice Education Network.
Royland is committed to the passionate and strategic defence of his clients.
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“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” Martin Luther King Jr.
Ismar Horic B.A. LL.B. J.D.
Ismar Horic graduated in 2010 after simultaneously earning a Canadian Bachelor of Laws and an American Juris Doctor from the University of Windsor and University of Detroit Mercy, respectively.
His desire to work as a criminal defence lawyer began early in his undergraduate studies while majoring in criminology at the University of Toronto. That desire was reinforced by his experiences as an articling student for one of Canada’s most famous and respected criminal lawyers.
Ismar has appeared before various administrative tribunals and has conducted trials and appeals at all levels of court in Ontario. He has successfully represented clients charged with a variety of criminal offences ranging from driving while impaired to first-degree murder. He has also represented people facing Extradition Act, Income Tax, and Securities Act prosecutions, as well as professional discipline complaints.
He is an active member of the Criminal Lawyers’ Association and is fluent in Croatian, Serbian and Bosnian.
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