A client receives a discharge despite his past jail sentence

In the Montreal district, an individual was charged with harassment, under Section 264(1)(3)b) of the Criminal Code, communicating repeatedly by means of telecommunications, under 372(3)(4)b) of the Criminal Code and uttering threats to cause bodily injuries under Section 264.1(1)a)(2)b) of the Criminal Code. Under the influence of alcohol, the defendant had made several consecutive phone calls to another occupant of the housing complex of his lady friend. The conversations, which

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He received a discharge despite multiple charges of conjugal violence

In the Montreal district, a man was facing seven conjugal violence charges in four different cases. The defendant and the plaintiff were in the process of separating and were fighting over the division of their assets as well as custody of their two young children. One first issue had been resolved as an acquittal in exchange for a commitment to keep the peace. A second conflict occurred while their residence

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A director avoid a criminal record after being found guilty of fraud over 5000$

A person holding an important position within a non-profit organization was charged with counterfeiting documents, that is falsified expense accounts, which falls under Section 367b) of the Criminal Code, using these documents as though they were genuine, falling under Section 368(1)a)c) of the Criminal Code, and thereby defrauding the employer for a sum of nearly $ 10,000, which is an offence under Section 380(1)a) of the Criminal Code. This person

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Although charged with break and entry, mischief and public mischief, she was not convicted

After a love affair that turned sour, a lady committed a break and entry (Section 348 (1)a)d) Criminal Code) when she broke a window of the residence of her former common-law husband (mischief according to Section 430 Criminal Code). The police arrested her and also charged her with public mischief (Section 140 Criminal Code) since she supposedly claimed the entry was done by another person. The lady hired our montreal

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Conditional Discharge

Conditional discharge is defined under Sections 730 and 731 of the Criminal Code. It is a measure that makes it possible for the individuals charged to avoid having a criminal record, for they are deemed not to be convicted of the offence (although they are nevertheless found guilty).  Conditional discharges have the same effect as an unconditional discharge, except they are subject to a probation order for generally one or

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