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What Happens When You’ve Been Convicted of Fraud?

In any legal case, it's important to know what the possible outcomes could be. If you're facing a criminal charge of fraud, for example, it's helpful to understand the possible consequences of a conviction. What exactly happens after you're convicted of fraud? Here,...

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What Is Multi-Level Marketing Fraud?

Multi level marketing fraud is a scheme where individuals are promised large sums of money for selling products or recruiting new members into the company. However, these schemes often fail to deliver on their promises, and participants can lose significant amounts of...

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Toronto’s Taxi Fraud Scam | Identity Theft & Fraud Lawyer

Recent arrests in a GTA Taxi fraud scam are making headlines. The fraud has cost hundreds of people in Toronto millions of dollars. We look at the scam and the charges involved. How the Alleged Taxi Fraud Works The alleged scam has allowed taxi drivers to steal...

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How Criminal Charges are Classified in Canada

How Criminal Charges are Classified in Canada

When you're facing criminal charges, it's important to understand how the courts and prosecutors classify criminal offences. This article will help you understand the severity of criminal offenses and what potential penalties you may face. In Canada, crimes are classified into three categories:...

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What is Domestic Violence? Is It Assault?

What is Domestic Violence? Is It Assault?

The conduct, behaviour and injuries associated with domestic violence can span a range of offences similar to ordinary assaults. Although domestic violence or domestic assault are not officially terms that are defined or mentioned in the Canadian Criminal Code, but intimate partner violence is and...

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What is an Absolute Discharge Under Canadian Law

What is an Absolute Discharge Under Canadian Law

What is an absolute discharge? Absolute discharges are a finding of guilt by a Judge, but no subsequent criminal conviction or criminal record. There is no punishment imposed by the court for absolute discharges. When a judge grants an absolute discharge the accused has no more obligations to the...

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