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Is a hybrid offence an indictable or a summary offence?

In Canada, a hybrid offence is considered an indictable offence. For instance, there is no obligation to have your fingerprint taken if you are charge with a summary offence, (MORE)

What is an indictment?

It is a formal charge, or accusation, against a person. An indictment is the charging instrument the state uses to accuse an individual of a crime. It must allege that the d (MORE)

What are pretended offences?

an offence that somebody else did but you are being tried for it because they believe you did it.
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What is a unsealed indictment?

Generally speaking all indictments from a Grand Jury are handed down "unsealed." It is usually only in exceptional cases (e.g.: multiple defendants for instance) where the in (MORE)

What is an intervening indictment?

An intervening indictment is a charge that is added to an existing  indictment. For example: an offender may be charged with  trespassing, along with vandalism. The latter c (MORE)

How can you indict on a conspiracy?

If the evidence presented to the Grand Jury by the Prosecutor's Office supports the allegation that more than one person was involved in carrying out a criminal offense, then (MORE)
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What is the offence?

of·fense  əˈfens/  noun  noun: offence     1.    a breach of a law or rule; an illegal act.  "neither offense violates any federal law"      syno (MORE)
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What is non cognizable offence?

Means you can't be released o.r. (own recognizance) or they won't  trust you and bail probably req'd.
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