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Defending Murder Charges Down to Manslaughter

When a human being is killed, it is always a serious criminal offence. In Canada, the charges generally fall under […]

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Conditional vs. Absolute Discharge in Canadian Sentencing

When an accused person is found guilty by either pleading guilty or through a conviction after a trial, a judge […]

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I’m Being Added to the National Sex Offender Registry. Now What?

Being registered as a sex offender can significantly impact your life and affect where you live, work, the places you […]

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Legal Counsel For White Collar Crime Offences

The term white collar crime comes from an American sociologist named Edwin Sutherland. He first used the term to describe […]

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Summary Conviction vs. Indictable Offence: A Guide For The Accused

If you have been charged with a crime in Canada, the offence will be categorized as a summary, indictable, or […]

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Understanding Charges Of Voyeurism

Voyeurism, or the act of secretly watching or recording a person who is naked for sexual purposes, is a recent […]

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8 Tips to Prepare For The Witness Stand

As a witness, you want to clearly present the facts of the case to the judge and jury. While explaining […]

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Defending Against Charges of Sexual Interference

Sexual interference involves indirect or direct touching for sexual purposes of a person under the age of consent. In Canada, […]

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A Breakdown of Criminal Defence Lawyer Cost in Toronto

Before even speaking with a lawyer most clients worry if they can afford the cost of their defence. Hiring a […]

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Attempted Murder Charges in Canada Explained

Attempted murder is among the most serious offences in the Criminal Code. In this post, we’ll discuss how attempted murder […]

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