Everyone, regardless of the criminal offence, has certain legal rights as defined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. There rights were included into the Charter as a means to ensure everyone is presumed innocent, until they are proven guilty in an impartial and fair court of law. If you are suspected of committing a crime, the first thing that normally occurs is the police conduct an investigation. Continue reading
- What Are My Rights If I am Suspected of Committing a Crime?
- Computer Hacking, False Accusations Just Some of the “Mischief” That Can Lead You to Jail
- What is Hearsay? Can It Be Used By Prosecutors?
- Your Right to Counsel Upon Arrest
- Crown Disclosure: How It Works and Why You Need a Defence Lawyer As Soon As Possible.