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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.
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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.
As one of the most serious crimes in Canada’s Criminal Code, murder is an offence with far-reaching consequences for the accused. Yet a murder charge can be more complicated than it appears, particularly regarding the circumstances and intention behind…
Have you or a loved one been charged with impaired driving in Ontario? If so, it is likely they will be deemed responsible for operating the vehicle. Known legally as Care and Control, this responsibility can have a significantly negative impact on your…
Have you been charged with a crime? Learn how having a good lawyer by your side can make all the difference in securing you a better future.
If someone you know has been accused of a serious crime and is held in custody, it is possible they might have to attend a bail hearing.