The Queen vs. The Defendant
Assaults, Threats, and Harassment
In Canadian criminal law, there are several different types of assaults. The key element to any assault is that it involves an intentional act of violence towards another person, without their consent.
Sexual Assault & Other Sexual Offences
Sexual assault charges can arise in a multitude of factual circumstances, and can range from sexual assault with a weapon, causing bodily harm, or aggravated sexual assault.
Possession of Child Pornography and Luring
Child pornography related offences can include allegations of possessing, making, or distributing such materials.
Drug offences are taken very seriously and thus are governed by their own legislation called the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
Firearms & Weapons Offences
The use and possession of firearms carry strict requirements for it to be lawful.
Property Related Offences
There is a wide array of property related offences which commonly include theft, mischief, and possession of stolen property.
Murder & Manslaughter Offences
These are the most serious offences you can be charged with and they carry a potential consequence of life in jail.
Impaired Driving & Other Driving Offences
These charges are relatively common and can have serious impacts on your daily life and employment.
Release Conditions, Probation and Conditional Sentences
Upon being criminally charged, you may have been released either on an appearance notice, undertaking, or release order.
Release and Bail
Bail is a critical turning point in your case; it can impact your ability to prepare a defence and continue living your normal life until your matter is dealt with by the courts.
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- Assaults, Threats, and Harassment Cases
- Sexual Assault & Other Sexual Offences Cases
- Possession of Child Pornography and Luring Cases
- Drug Offences Cases
- Firearms & Weapons Offences Cases
- Property Related Offences Cases
- Murder & Manslaughter Offences Cases
- Impaired Driving & Other Driving Offences Cases
- Release Conditions, Probation, and Conditional Sentences Cases