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  • A break down of the extradition case against Meng Wanzhou, Boris Bytensky

    The post A break down of the extradition case against Meng Wanzhou, Boris Bytensky appeared first on Criminal Lawyer In Toronto – Boris Bytensky LL.B.. … Read more »

  • Understanding Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence

    Legal consent to sexual activity requires an understanding that consent must be explicit each and every time sexual activity is engaged in with another person. Just because two people have been dating for a long time, or are married to one another, does not automatically negate the requirement that … Read more »

  • Jerry Agar Show – Judges need sexual assault training   “The Federal government has introduced a Bill proposing to make sexual assault training mandatory for federally appointed judges. While advanced education for judges is a laudable goal, part … Read more »

  • What the Canadian Law Says About Child Pornography

    What is the legal definition of “child pornography”? “Child pornography” is defined in s.163.1 of the Criminal Code of Canada. In order for something to be considered child pornography, the law says that it must meet one of the following definitions: A photographic, film, video or other visual repre … Read more »

  • What is diversion for shoplifting?

    Shoplifting It’s the bane of a store owner’s existence. Boosting. Racking. Nicking. The five-finger discount. Whatever you call it, it’s shoplifting and the crime of theft under $5000 under the Criminal Code of Canada. BPS lawyers have defended hundreds of people over the years against shoplifting c … Read more »