Consequences Of An Impaired Driving Conviction

October 22, 2008 by  
Category: Impaired Driving

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We have asked several of Lawyershop’s experts on Criminal Law to bring you their insights into Impaired Driving charges and their consequences. Aside from the mandatory minimum penalties prescribed by the Criminal Code for an Impaired Driving conviction, the accused faces other serious problems. With a criminal record, doors to jobs or travel may well […]

The Consequences Of Conviction For Fraud

September 4, 2008 by  
Category: Fraud

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Ed Prutschi explains the consequences of being convicted for fraud. Sentencing can range from scenarios where a person does not go to jail, all the way up to sentences that are extremely lengthy in the 10, 15, 20 years for multimillion-dollar complex frauds perpetrated against employers in a breach of trust scenario that were planned […]

Some Of The Consequences Of A Shoplifting Charge

May 16, 2008 by  
Category: Podcasts

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Dennis Reeve, Criminal Lawyer with Hobson & Reeve Barristers, discusses some of the consequences of a shoplifting charge. If you, or someone you care about, is dealing with criminal law issues in the Newmarket, Ontario Region, contact Hobson & Reeve Barrsiters for a consultation. This podcast is taken from an interview on 28 February 2008 […]

The Consequences Of An Impaired Driving Conviction And How Legal Advice Can Help

January 18, 2008 by  
Category: Impaired Driving

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There are many consequences of an impaired driving offense and several ways in which we assist people who have been charged. One thing to keep in mind is that the instruments that the police use to test blood alcohol level, like any other machine, are subject to failure periodically. So simply because the machine gave […]

The Penalties And Consequences Of An Impaired Driving Charge And Conviction

December 6, 2007 by  
Category: Impaired Driving

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The penalty for being found guilty of Impaired Driving is the same as being found guilty of Over 80, which is the same as Refusal to Blow. The first impact will be either a fine or a jail sentence. For a first offence, there is a minimum $600 fine. For a second offense, there is […]

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