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Penalties For Breaking And Entering Convictions

Breaking and entering is a fairly common criminal offence that is taken very seriously by the courts in Canada and has a maximum sentence of imprisonment for life. This article will briefly examine elements the offence of Break and Enter, Home Invasion Robbery and...

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Toronto Becomes A Prime Crime Tourism Destination

When going away on vacation, tourists get all sorts of advice on how to protect their belongings. Using a money belt to avoid pickpockets, having lockable zippers on luggage and bags, and only carrying around as much money as you’ll need for the day.  It’s pretty much...

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Difference Between Theft, Robbery, & Burglary

Theft, robbery, and burglary all involve the stealing of property. These charges, however, under Canadian law have different meanings, interpretations and consequences. Defending against any of these charges requires an understanding of the differences between them....

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Defending Against Armed Robbery Charges

In Toronto, armed robbery is a serious offence with the potential for a life sentence. With so much on the line, you need a credible defence whether you are pleading guilty or not guilty. In this article, Toronto armed robbery lawyer, William Jaksa, outlines some of...

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Criminal Harassment in Canada

Criminal Harassment in Canada

Criminal harassment is a criminal offence under the Criminal Code of Canada. It is also sometimes referred to as "stalking." Criminal harassment involves engaging in repeated, unwanted behaviour toward someone that causes that person to fear for their safety or for someone they know. Given that...

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Can Police Enter House Without a Warrant?

Can Police Enter House Without a Warrant?

Enter House Without Warrant In most cases police require a warrant to enter your house. However, police are allowed to enter your house without a warrant in certain situations, such as when they have reason to believe that there is an emergency inside. There are also other very limited...

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