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Asked in Criminal Law, Police and Law Enforcement
What is seizable offence and non-seizable offence?
Asked in Criminal Law
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, but your fingerprint will be taken if your are charge with an hybrid offence, even if the prosecutor opted for summary conviction.
Asked in Criminal Law, Pediatricians, Copyright Law, Heart
Is intentionally taking and distributing pirated copyrighted works to others a crime?
If you are in an accident and don't get a ticket do you get points on your license?
Asked in Ontario
Is it illegal to back out of a driveway in Ontario?
Asked in Criminal Law, Jail Incarceration
What is the jail time for stealing a computer?
The likely sentence for any criminal offence depends on legislation in your area and how those laws are enforced within the justice system in your area, and upon the offence committed, and upon the person charged with committing the offence, as well as upon the circumstances of the offence. There is no universal or even narrowly local penalty for any specific, broadly-defined, offence.
Asked in Football - American
Does offense or defense control the ball and run plays?
Asked in Repossession
What if you refuse to allow your car to be repossed?
Asked in Criminal Law
Would you classify trespassing as a criminal offense?
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms
What is the word that often go with crime?
In legal terms, a crime is often called an offence. The criminal who commits the offence is know both as the defendant, offender, and the perpetrator. For an offence to be considered criminal, there must be mens rea (the guilty mind) and actus reus (the guilty act). Meaning the offender must have planned or wanted to commit the offence, and carried through with it.