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Is Joyriding Motor Vehicle Theft?

Joyriding is taking a motor vehicle and operating it without the owner’s consent. The vehicle is usually returned or abandoned after use. It’s usually associated with a car but can include other motor vehicles, like boats, as well. Although joyriding isn’t an official...

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Can You Go To Jail For Shoplifting? | Theft Lawyer Toronto

Shoplifting is not a legal term. While most people associate it with youthful mischief, but offenders don’t just walk away with a warning, it’s a criminal offence. In Toronto, shoplifting is considered theft, which falls into either Theft Under $5000, or Theft Over...

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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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