Category: Criminal Law

Can You Sue a Minor in Canada Lawsuits Involving Persons Under 18 Years of Age Featured Image

Can You Sue a Minor in Canada: Lawsuits Involving Persons Under 18 Years of Age

In Canada, people under 18 years of age are considered minors. Generally, when someone is under 18 years of old cannot file for a personal injury case. So, anyone who is under 18 years of old requires an adult to file an individual injury case. However, some legal representatives can also file a personal injury […]

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Lying Under Oath in Canada: What’s Important Thing to Know

Lying, in whatever context, is usually frowned upon by most people. But nowadays, lying has become an essential tool to navigate society. It allows one to be polite in the most innocent of cases, but just like all tools, the outcome can be unsavoury if used for malicious purposes. Lying under oath in Canada has […]

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What is the Youth Criminal Justice Act: An Overview

In today’s world, to define the strength of a country or nation, people point at the number of youth. A country having more young people means it’s apt to face the challenges of the latter-days. At the age of mistakes, someone senior has to mentor every teenager. An elder sibling, or even a parent, must […]

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What is Direct Evidence? Know the Key Benefits Over Indirect?

What is Direct Evidence? How Do You Get Benefited Over Indirect?

Direct evidence in a case is a key fact in a situation where the accused person is charged with a felony or a misdemeanor offence that is directly linked to him. It is another way of saying that the person involved in the felony is actively involved in the situation, and it has concrete evidence […]

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Having a Youth Criminal Record: Know the Legal Rights

What is a Youth Criminal Record? According to the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA), there is a law that dictates the guidelines for the youth justice system in Canada. The YCJA is applicable for people who are between the age group of 12 to 18, i.e., the person must be older than 12 years old […]

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