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The standard for demanding a roadside drug test in Canada is higher than for a roadside breath test. On December 18, 2018, our laws changed
A person who is found guilty or pleads guilty to an offence may receive a conditional discharge or an absolute discharge. In both cases, no
Eyewitness identification of the person who allegedly committed a crime, as well as the circumstances involved in the offence, can directly tie the accused to
If you are convicted of a serious criminal offence and are not a Canadian citizen, you may be ordered to leave the country with no
In Canada, there are two key assumptions that are essential elements in every criminal trial. The first is that the defendant is presumed innocent and
In Canada, police don’t need a reason to make a preliminary demand for a breath sample to test for alcohol if you’re lawfully pulled over
Health Canada reports that over 10,300 Canadians died as a result of an opioid-related overdose between January 2016 and September 2018, and fentanyl substances are