What is dejudicializing?

Dejudicializing, also known as measures to deal with offenses non-judicially, is a political or administrative guideline avoiding the recourse to courts, the police or the penitentiary system as much as possible.When an individual is charged with committing an offence of relatively lesser gravity, the prosecutor may prefer dejudicializing the offence. He will only make this decision if there is sufficient evidence to prove the offence was committed. The individual who

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Shoplifting charges not laid by the Prosecutor after the arrest

A young man was caught by the security guards of Simons department store supposedly committing a shoplifting offence with an accomplice. Police were called in to arrest them and gave the suspects a court date on theft charges (Section 334 Criminal Code). The defendant also received a $ 500 civil claim in the mail from the store. He hired our law firm to have a criminal lawyer represent him.After analyzing

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