Discrimination comes in many forms and affects us whether we know it or not. There are many types of discrimination. It is described as the treatment of someone based specifically on their characteristics. It can range from prejudgment based on race and age to sex and religion.
Many may have preconceived notions as to a person’s guilt or believability based solely on how they look. Our Maple criminal lawyers are with you from beginning to end and are very knowledgeable on many details that you may see as minor and overlook.
Your physical appearance in court is an important part of your defence. Jurors and judges can be easily swayed a certain way based on what you look like in court. Below are a few pointers that we may suggest you follow for your first appearance.
The way you act in a courtroom severely affects your case as well. A few tips to follow about your courtroom demeanor are listed below.
The saying holds true that you never get a second chance to make a first impression and the Maple criminal lawyers at Ted Yoannou Professional Corporation have a plethora of knowledgeable tips and advice that can strengthen your case and afford you a solid criminal defence. Call us at any time or fill out our free consultation form online.
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The Law Firm of Ted Yoannou, Professional Corporation
Toronto Criminal Lawyers Serving Mississauga
Phone: (416) 650‑1011
Fax: (416) 650-1980
Credit Card Fraud in Mississauga
Credit Card Fraud is the unauthorized use of a credit card or any similar payment mechanism to obtain goods, services or funds. In October of 2013, Police arrested three persons, ages 22 and 23 for their involvement in Credit Card Fraud in the Mississauga area. They were all charged with fraud under $5,000, the possession of falsified credit cards, as well as various other charges.
Credit Card Theft/Fraud Penalty is governed by Section 342 of the Canada Criminal Code. This states that anyone who steals, forges or falsifies a credit card is liable to be found guilty of Credit Card/Fraud Penalty in Canada. Credit Card Theft/Fraud Penalty is not concerned with the direct involvement in the theft, forgery or falsification. A person who is in possession of, uses or traffics a credit card that they know is forged, was made or altered is also liable to be found guilty of Credit Card Theft/Fraud Penalty. This definition extends to include someone using his/her own credit card with the knowledge that it has been cancelled or revoked.