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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 […]

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Supreme Court Adds Life and Purpose to 90-Day Reviews

    The Supreme Court of Canada in Myers, 2019 SCC 18, just added new life and purpose to the […]

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Different Types of Assaults in Canada – Excluding Sexual Related Offences

The 3 Types of Non-Sexual Assault In Canada, there are three primary types of physical assault (excluding sexual assault). Each […]

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Why Courts Need Alternatives To Prison Sentences

When it comes to youth crimes judges have a wide array of sentencing options. These provide alternatives to imprisonment and […]

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How Prosecutors Prove Involvement in Criminal Organizations

Proving an accused’s involvement in a criminal organization is not always an easy undertaking for Prosecutors. Gang membership adherences are […]

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Police Entrapment Myths & Misunderstandings

Police entrapment is an oft-misunderstood term. There are a number of television-inspired myths surrounding what police can and cannot do. […]

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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 […]

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Am I A Victim of Police Entrapment?

Some police investigative techniques often leave an accused person feeling that the police tricked them into committing a crime. Whenever […]

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Consequences of a Breach of Probation

A Probation Order has become a far too common component of a person’s sentence. Probation Orders contain conditions that must […]

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How Does Legalization Affect Underage Possession?

Canada’s recent federal legalization of cannabis has been making headlines around the world, but how legalization affects youth has rarely […]

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