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  • Probative vs Prejudicial

    The Probative vs Prejudicial nature of any piece of evidence is an issue that arises in almost every criminal trial […] The post Probative vs Prejudicial appeared first on William Jaksa | Criminal Litigation. … Read more »

  • Ontario Courts Reopening for Criminal Trials

    Ontario criminal trials are back in session. The Ontario Court of Justice resumed criminal case management matters as of November […] The post Ontario Courts Reopening for Criminal Trials appeared first on William Jaksa | Criminal Litigation. … Read more »

  • How the Grinch Was Convicted

    In his attempt to steal Christmas, the Grinch committed a litany of crimes. We look at the offences he may […] The post How the Grinch Was Convicted appeared first on William Jaksa | Criminal Litigation. … Read more »

  • How Long Can Police Wait to Press Criminal Charges?

    What is the statute of limitations on criminal charges? How long the police can wait before pressing criminal charges against […] The post How Long Can Police Wait to Press Criminal Charges? appeared first on William Jaksa | Criminal Litigation. … Read more »

  • What is Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (RBD)?

    Proof beyond a reasonable doubt (RBD) is the standard for convictions in a criminal trial. A court cannot find a […] The post What is Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (RBD)? appeared first on William Jaksa | Criminal Litigation. … Read more »