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What Should I Do Immediately If I’m Falsely Accused Of A Crime In Alberta?

What Should I Do Immediately If I’m Falsely Accused Of A Crime In Alberta?

First and foremost, remain calm and do not attempt to confront the accuser or anyone else related to the case. Confrontations can escalate the situation and potentially harm your defence. It is essential to seek legal representation promptly; a lawyer experienced in criminal defence can provide guidance and help protect your rights throughout the legal process.
What Is An Expert Witness In The Context Of An Alberta Criminal Trial?

What Is An Expert Witness In The Context Of An Alberta Criminal Trial?

In the context of an Alberta criminal trial, an expert witness is an individual who possesses specialized knowledge, skills, experience, or training that is beyond the scope of ordinary experience.
What Is The Main Difference Between Divorce Mediation And Litigation In Alberta Canada?

What Is The Main Difference Between Divorce Mediation And Litigation In Alberta Canada?

Divorce mediation is a collaborative process where a neutral third party, the mediator, helps the divorcing couple communicate and negotiate to reach a mutually acceptable agreement.
How Is Property Divided During A Divorce In Alberta?

How Is Property Divided During A Divorce In Alberta?

In Alberta, the division of property during a divorce is governed by the Matrimonial Property Act. This legislation outlines how assets and debts should be divided between spouses when a marriage ends. Generally, the assets and debts acquired during the marriage are considered matrimonial property and are subject to equal division between the spouses.
What Is A Bail Hearing In Alberta?

What Is A Bail Hearing In Alberta?

A bail hearing in Alberta is a judicial proceeding in which a judge or justice of the peace determines whether an accused person should be released from custody while awaiting trial. This process is critical as it balances the rights of the accused with the need to ensure public safety and the integrity of the judicial process.
What Are Some Common Defences Against Assault Charges In Alberta?

What Are Some Common Defences Against Assault Charges In Alberta?

One common defence against assault charges in Alberta is self-defence. If an individual can prove that they were protecting themselves from immediate harm, this can be a valid legal defence. This often involves demonstrating that the threat was imminent and that the force used was reasonable under the circumstances.