Canadians have remedies if their constitutional rights (i.e. Charter rights) are infringed by the State. One such remedy is the exclusion of the evidence obtained as a result of the breach of rights.
In Canada, if you are not a Canadian Citizen, the consequences of a criminal conviction vary drastically depending on your status in Canada.
Many individuals who are charged with a criminal offence are afflicted with some type of mental illness.
In Canada, both first-degree murder as well as second-degree murder come with mandatory minimums of life imprisonment. This means that if you are convicted of either of these offences, the judge must impose a sentence of life imprisonment on you.
Have you been wrongfully convicted of a criminal offence? Are you unsatisfied with the result achieved at trial? You are not without options.
In 2018, significant changes to the law of impaired driving were made. Changes were made to the Federal Criminal Code and to the Provincial Traffic Safety Act.
If you have a criminal law issue, contact one of our lawyers immediately.
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