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.
Once you have been charged with a criminal offence you have, essentially, two choices as to how to proceed: you can go to trial or plead guilty.
In Canada, a peace bond is an order from the court that requires a person to keep the peace and be of good behaviour, and observe any other conditions imposed by the court.
On December 18, 2018, Parliament made sweeping new changes to Canada’s impaired driving laws. Some of the more significant legislative changes are outlined
What if the police approach you, and ask for a sample of your DNA? What if they ask for a DNA sample (spit, blood, etc.) because the police say that your name came up in an investigation?
As of October 17, 2018, marijuana or cannabis is now legal in Canada. In anticipation of the legalization of marijuana, new laws were put in place on June 21, 2018 in relation to driving whil
If you or someone you know has been charged with a criminal offence, you are undoubtedly aware that dealing with criminal charges can be a lengthy process.
WHAT IS SELF-DEFENCE? Self-defence is a well-known defence in Canadian law justifying the use of force to repel an attack. It is an ancient common law that was incorporated into the first Can
What Constitutes A Weapon under the Criminal Code? Many individuals and police alike assume that everyday hunting, working, or collectors’ knives and other objects automatically qualify as “w
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