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How A Lawyer Can Clear Your Name

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.

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3 Things You Need to Know About Bail Hearings in Ontario

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.

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Everything You Need to Know About Indictable Offence Charges

Have you been charged with an Indictable Offence? Read our latest post to find out more, then contact What The Law to prepare the best defence.

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How Canadian Law Deals with Sexual Assault Charges

In Canada, Sexual assault is a very serious crime. Learn about how they are investigated, and the potentially severe penalties they carry.

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Preparing for your First Court Appearance

Have an upcoming first appearance in court? Learn what to expect, how to be prepared, and why a lawyer can make the process much easier.

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Defending the Accused: Criminal Rights in Canada

Is it true that people accused of crime are innocent before guilty? Find out the answer and what other criminal rights people have under Canadian law.

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Are you ready for R.I.D.E. this winter? | What The Law

Have you been stopped for drunk driving? Learn about the RIDE scheme and how you can keep yourself safe on the road this winter season.

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What is the Partner Assault Response Program (PAR)?

Read our latest post to learn more. If you have been charged with Domestic Assault, contact What The Law, Criminal Defence Lawyers in Toronto and the GTA.

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3 Things You Must Know About Aggravated Assault Charges

Our latest post outlines the 3 things that define Aggravated Assault. If you are facing these charges contact What The Law, Criminal Defence Lawyers 24 / 7.

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What Is Fraud? | Fraud Defence Lawyers Toronto & GTA

Fraud is categorized into two parts. Fraud over $5000.00 is where the value of goods that were allegedly defrauded is over $5000.00. Fraud under $5000.000 where the value of goods that were allegedly defrauded is under $5000.00. 

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