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Ontario Court of Justice COVID-19 Adjournment Dates

The OCJ is adjourning all criminal matters as a result of the COVID-19 precautions. Starting Monday, March 16, 2020, the […]

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Ontario Court COVID-19 Related Decisions

While the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice are being forced to adjust to the coronavirus […]

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Using Temporary Absence Permits To Contain COVID-19

What Are Temporary Absence Permit (TAP) Requests? TAPs allow inmates serving a sentence, of less than two years (provincial sentences) […]

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Can You Go To Jail For Spreading Corona?

As concerns around COVID-19 spreads, we take a quick look at a common question during any outbreak. Can you go […]

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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 […]

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How Do Police Identify A Grow Op?

Toronto’s drug laws have been changing since the legalization of marijuana. Pardons for marijuana possession allow some people to clear […]

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How Long Is Probation In Toronto?

A criminal conviction does not automatically mean a jail sentence. In some instances, depending on the circumstances and the allegations, […]

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Did Project Community Space Work?

Back in October, we discussed Project Community Space, a Toronto Police program meant to help curb gang and gun violence. […]

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Does Social Media Use Increase Gang Violence?

Likes, shares, and emoticons may not have a very gangster image – but they’re becoming an essential part of gang […]

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What Charges Will The Toronto ‘Feces Flinger’ Face?

This exam season, university students in Toronto found a whole new reason to dread studying. The alleged feces flinger struck […]

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