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Your rights are enshrined in Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It’s important to know your legal rights when dealing with the police. These rights form part of the foundation of our legal system and are in place to protect your privacy and liberty. A failure to know and utilize […]

The post Your Rights when Stopped by the Police (in Canada) appeared first on Joshua Rogala | Winnipeg Criminal Defence Lawyer .

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For a change of pace from my usual articles on serious legal topics, this article is all about the craziest, weirdest and most unusual laws in Canada. All the laws on this list are in force across all of Canada. (1) It is illegal to pretend to practice witchcraft in […]

The post Top Ten Crazy Canadian Laws appeared first on Joshua Rogala | Winnipeg Criminal Defence Lawyer .

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Most every aspect of our lives has been touched on and considered in some way by our lawmakers. In Canada, our elected Members of Parliament are responsible for the creation, abolishment and reversion of existing laws. All our laws begin as a bill. There are three types of bills: Government […]

The post How a Bill Becomes Law in Canada appeared first on Joshua Rogala | Winnipeg Criminal Defence Lawyer .

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The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms gives everyone charged with a criminal offence the right to be tried within a reasonable time. The rational for this right is based on both individual interests and societal interests. The individual interests include (1) minimizing the anxiety and stigma of criminal proceedings; […]

The post Trial Within A Reasonable Time appeared first on Joshua Rogala | Winnipeg Criminal Defence Lawyer .

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The accused was charged with driving while disqualified. His ex-spouse alleged when he had picked up their son from her care that he was driving a white van. The accused denied the allegations and asserted he was the passenger in the vehicle being driven by his father. The Crown Attorney […]

The post Driving While Disqualified Case: Her Majesty the Queen v. Patrick Gavin appeared first on Joshua Rogala | Winnipeg Criminal Defence Lawyer .

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