Yes, if you have been charged with identity theft, you should instruct a defence lawyer to represent you. Being found guilty of identity theft can have serious consequences for the rest of your [...]
Yes, tax evasion is a criminal offence in Canada. If you are convicted of tax evasion, you could face a significant fine and even a jail sentence. What is tax evasion? Tax evasion is when you [...]
The maximum penalty for money laundering in Canada is a 10-year jail sentence. If the matter is dealt with as a summary offence, the maximum penalty is a $5,000 fine and/or a six-month jail [...]
If you are found guilty of a summary offence, you might be able to appeal the decision. This is known as a summary conviction appeal. Can I make a summary conviction appeal? Summary offences are [...]
If you have been found guilty of a criminal offence, you might want to appeal your conviction. You can do this if errors were made during your trial. What is a conviction appeal? When you are [...]
When you are found guilty of a criminal offence, the court will sentence you. If you think the sentence you were given is unreasonable, or errors were made during your sentencing, you can pursue [...]
If your cell phone has been searched and you think the police acted unlawfully, read this article to know your rights.