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Assault Charges

Generally an assault occurs when a person intentionally applies direct or indirect force to another person without consent.
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Drug Offences

Drug offence charges include drug trafficking, drug possession, possession for the purpose of trafficking, drug importation or conspiracy to traffic drugs.
Criminal Law Drinking & Driving

Drinking & Driving or DUI Offences

Being charged with “drinking and driving” or DUI (Driving under the influence) is a criminal matter in Canada governed by the Criminal Code.
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Sexual Offences

Offences can include sexual assault, sexual exploitation, invitation to sexual touching, and sexual interference.
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Bail Hearings

A bail hearing is a judicial proceeding where the court determines if a person charged with a criminal offence should be released on bail and trusted to make any and all required court appearances up to and including a trial.
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Canadian law recognizes that within the spectrum of murder, there are different degrees of culpability.
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Extradition is the legal process whereby someone is removed from one country and transferred to another against their will.
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It is generally understand that theft is taking something that doesn’t belong to you without the permission of the owner of the property.
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Traffic Tickets

Traffic tickets, speeding tickets and criminal driving charges can affect your insurance rates, demerit points, and your right to drive.
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Criminal Law Appeals

Criminal law appeals can include appeals of convictions and sentences, bail pending appeals, crown initiated appeals or appeals of POA charges.
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Administration Of Justice Crimes

Administration of Justice refers to interference in any form in the functioning of the Court.
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Property Crimes

Property crime is a category of crime that includes such offences as burglary, larceny, theft, mischief under $5000, possession of stolen property, motor vehicle theft, arson, shoplifting, and vandalism.
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