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Why are LGBT+ Youth Ending Up in the Juvenile Justice System?

Canada has a significant history when it comes to LGBT+ rights. Being one of the first countries in the world to legalize same-sex marriage and having a thorough human rights record, the country is a safe haven for many lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender…

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Top Three Best Rated Criminal Lawyers in Richmond Hill

What The Law was awarded as being one of the Top Three Best Rated Criminal Lawyers in Richmond Hill by ThreeBestRated.ca. Read our latest post to learn why.

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Can You Sue the Police for Misconduct?

Understand your civil rights and learn if you can sue the police for misconduct or brutality in our post here.

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How Do Judges Determine Sentences in Criminal Cases?

Learn how the type of crime influences the decisions made by judges in our latest post here!

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What is a Surety? Everything You Need To Know About Being A Surety

Are you interested in being a surety for your loved one? Understand the requirements and responsibilities of a surety here.

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What Rights Does a Witness Have in a Criminal Case?

Testifying in court can seem like a daunting prospect. But by understanding your expectations, you can make the process much easier. Learn more here!

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4 Tips for Self-Representation in a Post-COVID Justice System

Self-representation in the justice system is not the easiest of tasks, particularly during COVID-19. Here are 4 tips that can help make the process easier for you.

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Criminal Justice System 101: Understanding the Law in Canada

Covering everything from the accused to the acquitted, learn more about the criminal justice system with this easy-to-read guide.

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Understanding the Right to Defend Yourself

Self-defence is not about fighting back. Learn what Canada’s law really means when we talk about defending ourselves against others here!

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Manslaughter Charges: Criminal Negligence or Unlawful Act?

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…

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