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What Is Considered "Extreme Intoxication" In Canada?

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What Is A Conditional Sentence In The Context Of A Criminal Lawsuit In Canada?

What Is A Conditional Sentence In The Context Of A Criminal Lawsuit In Canada?

A conditional sentence, also known as a suspended sentence or probation, is a sentencing option available in the Canadian criminal justice system. It is an alternative to incarceration and is usually reserved for non-violent offenders who have committed lower-risk crimes.
What Is Considered Shoplifting Under Canadian Law?

What Is Considered Shoplifting Under Canadian Law?

Shoplifting is a common crime that involves the taking of goods or merchandise from a retail store without paying for them. It may seem like a minor offense, but shoplifting is taken quite seriously under Canadian law.
What Does The Right To A Trial In A Reasonable Time Mean In Canada?

What Does The Right To A Trial In A Reasonable Time Mean In Canada?

In the Canadian criminal justice system, every accused person has the right to a fair and impartial trial. This means that they must be given adequate time to prepare their defense and present their case before a court of law.
True Costs Of Impaired Driving

True Costs Of Impaired Driving

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What Should I Expect If I’ve Been Charged With A Second Or Third DUI?

If you've been charged with a second or third DUI in Edmonton, Canada, then the penalties can be severe. In Alberta, driving after consuming alcohol or drugs is a serious offence and the consequences for conviction range from hefty fines to jail time.