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Sack (Q.C.) and Bogle Law is a team of lawyers practicing Criminal Law, Civil Litigation and Human Rights Law.

CRIMINAL LAW

Our Criminal Justice System is built upon one clear principle: The Presumption of Innocence, which states, “every person shall be considered innocent until proven guilty beyond a

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BAIL HEARING

Bail hearing is one of the first critical issues in any criminal process. It is also referred to as a “show cause hearing” or officially as a “judicial interim release” hea

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ASSAULT

Assault is an offence under section 265 of the Canadian Criminal Code. In plain language, an assault occurs when a person intentionally applies direct or indirect force to another

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HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

The Ontario Human Rights Code is a provincial law that recognizes the dignity and worth of every person. The Code gives every person the right to equal treatment and equal opportun

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DOMESTIC ASSAULT

There is no specific provision for domestic assault in Canada's Criminal Code.  Instead, domestic assault is included within the general assault charges starting at section 265 of

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CIVIL LITIGATION

At Sack (Q.C.) and Bogle Law, we understand that clients generally do not want to be involved in or want to avoid the court process all together. We recognize that the litigation p

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DRUG OFFENCES

In Canada, drug offences are prosecuted under the federally administered Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. The Act is divided into various schedules and each drug is classified

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EXTRADITION

Extradition is the process in which one country requests the delivery of a person located in Canada to stand trial or serve a sentence for an offence in the country making the requ

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FRAUD

In Canada fraud offences are categorized as either fraud under $5000 or fraud over $5000, depending on the value of the amount alleged to have been defrauded. It is considered a

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HOMICIDE

Homicide offences are among the most serious offences listed in the Criminal Code.

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IMPAIRED DRIVING

Impaired driving, commonly referred to by the status quo as “drunk driving” or a “DUI”, is the operation of a motor vehicle while compromised by the effects of alcohol and/

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SEXUAL ASSAULT

Sexual assault is an assault, as defined in section 265 of the Criminal Code, which is sexual in nature and violates the sexual integrity of a victim. In simple terms, it is the no

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THEFT & PROPERTY OFFENCES

Theft is the act of taking something that does not belong to you without the permission of the owner of the property for the benefit of a person other than the owner (i.e. yourself

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WEAPONS OFFENCES

There are strict laws surrounding the use, possession, purchase and sale of weapons in Canada. While there are many offences in the Criminal Code that address the use of a weapon d

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YOUTH CRIMINAL JUSTICE OFFENCES

The Youth Criminal Justice Act is a special statute that governs the prosecution of young persons. The purpose of the Act is to prevent youth crime and help young people become res

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