Category: Criminal Law

How Much Evidence is Needed to Charge Someone in Canada

How Much Evidence is Needed to Charge Someone in Canada?

Are you a victim or a third-party witness who wants to convict someone based on their wrongdoings? Don’t know how much evidence is needed to charge someone in Canada? Or are you a suspect in a crime and looking for the answer to a similar question? Well, in both cases, the answer is the same! […]

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Vehicular Manslaughter vs Vehicular Homicide

Vehicular Manslaughter vs Vehicular Homicide

We often find the question regarding ‘Vehicular Manslaughter vs Vehicular Homicide‘. They are completely different type of crime and the penalties are different as well. But, many people get confused thinking of them as the same. So if you are of them wondering about the difference between vehicular manslaughter and vehicular homicide, this blog is […]

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How to Report Domestic Violence in Canada

How to Report Domestic Violence in Canada? | Help to Family Abuse

Domestic violence often occurs in secret and involves the abuser abusing their position of power. Due to this, reporting domestic violence may be challenging. This article describes the steps involved in reporting a domestic abuse complaint. A quick tip: You can call a health facility, victim services, community group, shelter, or the neighbourhood police to […]

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How to Know If Someone Pressed Charges Against You?

You may be charged if you or your loved one have been involved in a crime, even if you are innocent. The charge does not arise from a person who complained against you, but their testimony will be used to determine whether there is probable cause. If you are suspicious that someone has pressed charges […]

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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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