Self-defence is not about fighting back. Learn what Canada’s law really means when we talk about defending ourselves against others here!
As an indictable offence that can incur a lengthy jail time, a manslaughter charge is an incredibly difficult challenge to defend. With limited evidence and a deceased person connected to them, the accused faces a significant battle in trying to demonstrate…
Domestic violence is a delicate issue that often involves both the federal and provincial governments. Learn what makes domestic abuse charges different in Ontario here.
Learn what the law says about driving in a parked car and its legal consequences in Canada here.
Looking to help a loved one be released from custody? Learn what the law in Canada means by bail and how it is granted here.
Although laws are in place to protect Canadians, they can sometimes be ambiguous and difficult to understand. This is especially true when it comes to self-defence, where the law is intentionally vague in how and when Canadians should use force to defend…
A young offender charge is a serious and upsetting moment in a child’s life, find out what rights they have and how a criminal lawyer can help defend you.
Unsure why you might be charged with Impaired Driving? What The Law breaks down five reasons that might make you a danger on Ontario’s roads.
With courthouses across Ontario now reopening, find out how this will affect your case and how you can get free legal assistance here.
Does Canada have a truly equal society? Read our latest post to find out why some Canadians might face unfair discrimination both in public and in court.