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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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Why Domestic Abuse Charges are Unique in Ontario

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.

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Why You Should Not Drink in a Parked Car

Learn what the law says about driving in a parked car and its legal consequences in Canada here.

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Understanding Bail in Canada

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.

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Self Defence Laws in Canada: Myth vs Reality

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…

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