Category: Criminal Law

Murder vs Homicide – Know the Differences?

Murder vs Homicide – Know the Differences?

In Canada, Murder vs Homicide there has differences.  Actions that result in the death of another person may result in accusations of criminally negligent homicide, manslaughter, or Murder – all of which carry significant consequences. Homicide happens when a person dies as a result of the acts of another. While not all kinds of homicide […]

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Assault vs. Battery – Know the Differences?

Assault vs Battery – Know the Differences?

You might have heard the terms assault and battery used interchangeably. But in reality, are there any differences between Assault and Battery? Are they the same, or are there have differences in terms of law and punishment? What Canadian law says about it? Learn everything in this article and clear your confusion. What is Battery? […]

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What is the Penalty for Forgery in Canada?

What is the Penalty for Forgery in Canada?

What is a Forgery? Forgery meaning is the point at which somebody makes a bogus report, realizing that it generally will be fake, with the expectation of utilizing it as a real archive. The offense of falsification in Canada is referred to more explicitly as 'expressing a manufactured archive. It is illicit under Section 368 [...] Read More
Difference Among Aiding, Abetting, and Being an Accessory to a Crime

Difference Among Aiding, Abetting, and Being an Accessory to a Crime

Criminal activities in Canada have been on the rise. A person can commit many different crimes and be charged as a criminal by the law. However, it is even worse to be accused as a criminal as an accessory to a crime. Helping someone else commit a crime could be even worse than the actual […]

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Theft Charges in Canada

Know in Detail about Theft and Fraud Charges in Canada

In Canada and worldwide, theft is one of the most common crimes in criminal and investigative courts. However, many people confuse it with robbery or another kind of crime. The difference is very simple. In a robbery, the offender exerts violence or intimidation against a person or acts with force in things. In a theft, […]

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