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- Legal Differences Between Different 1st, 2nd, And 3rd Degree Murder
We usually come across the terms ‘homicide’ and ‘murder’, especially while watching TV shows and listening to the news. They are mostly used interchangeably but what exactly is the difference between them? Due to the constant use of these terms in crime-related drama and media, most individuals don’ … Read more »
- You Don’t Have To Be Sober If You Are Sitting In The Passenger Seat
Many people find it hard to let their teenage children with a driver’s permit drive if they are intoxicated. However, if you are under the influence of alcohol and don’t want to be charged with a DUI, this might be your best chance. There is no legal authority to issue a driving prohibition to a pas … Read more »
- Is Extradition For A DUI Possible In Canada?
Many people believe that leaving a state after being charged with a crime or offence including a DUI will lead to the extradition of charges and will help them escape prosecution. However, this is not entirely true. The Judiciary system in each state handles charges, especially charges related to dr … Read more »
- Things You Should Know About Shoplifting Charges In Canada
While shoplifting is not considered a major crime, if you are caught shoplifting and the shopkeeper decides to press charges, you will have to face the consequences based on the severity of the theft. What Is Shoplifting? According to the Canadian Criminal Code, Shoplifting is a common term that usu … Read more »
- When Do You Have The Right To Resist An Arrest?
The Canadian Law acknowledges that citizens have the right to resist arrest if the arrest itself is unlawful. However, it is a “do so at your own risk” situation since officers generally don’t arrest an individual without reasonable grounds. Before we move on to the conditions under which you have t … Read more »