Arranging Bail And Negotiating Sentencing In Foreign Jurisdictions

March 4, 2010 by  
Category: Criminal Law

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A person who qualifies for bail has not actually been found guilty of anything; they are still waiting for the trial. One of the things we are sometimes able to do when working with the United States’ authorities is to get them to agree to a bail that would permit the person to come back […]

Situations In Which An Innocent Person Might Plead Guilty To A Murder Charge

November 24, 2008 by  
Category: Homicide

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In a recent case that was well publicized in Ontario, the accused actually entered a guilty plea to a sexual assault that he did not commit. In subsequent years, it was determined conclusively to be a crime that was committed by someone else.

What Happens When Someone Pleads Guilty To Domestic Assault

September 10, 2008 by  
Category: Domestic Assault

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Across the province of Ontario, a system is in place that comes into play when a person pleads guilty of domestic assault. It is known either as PARS (Partner Assault Response Systems) or the EIP (Early Intervention Program).