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Understanding Your Rights: Section 11(c) and Section 7 in Canadian Law

Understanding the complexities of legal rights in criminal proceedings is essential for anyone engaged with the justice system. In this blog post, we’ll focus on two pivotal aspects of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms: Section 11(c) – Protection against testimonial compulsion, and Section 7 – Right Against Self-Incrimination.  […]


Understanding the Charge of “Overcoming Resistance to Commission of Offence”

The charge of “Overcoming Resistance to Commission of Offence” is a critical component of Canadian criminal law, especially in cases involving aggravated forms of assault and sexual assault.  What is “Overcoming Resistance to Commission of Offence”? Section 246 of the Criminal Code defines Overcoming Resistance to Commission of Offence as […]

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Understanding Your Right to not be compelled to testify against Yourself: A Guide for the Criminally Accused

When facing criminal charges, it’s crucial to understand your rights and particularly the right against being compelled to testify against yourself. This right is enshrined in Section 11(c) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and plays a pivotal role in the criminal justice process.  A related, but separate […]

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Possession of Child Pornography Charges

Child Pornography Engaging in activities such as creating, distributing, possessing, accessing, or trading child pornography can result in a conviction for related criminal activities. Have you been charged with child pornography? Call (306) 994-9522 for a free consultation with a criminal lawyer. Child Pornography Penalties Convictions for child pornography offences […]

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Impaired Driving Lawyer Explains: Travelling Outside Canada with a DUI Conviction

Canadian Stance on International Travel Post-DUI It is important to understand that those charged with impaired driving are generally not prevented from leaving Canada by Canadian authorities unless they have conditions (an undertaking or recognizance or some other court order) that restricts them from leaving. Likewise, those convicted of an […]