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When a person is charged with a criminal offence and released from custody pending its disposition (bail), the person will be released subject to conditions ...
Murder is defined within the Criminal Code of Canada (section 231(1) as either first degree or second degree murder. Any intentional killing of another that is planned and deliberate will constitute first degree murder ...
Regulatory offences can have different standards when it comes to knowledge and intention, especially when it comes to corporate accused. Strict liability is the norm when it comes to regulatory offences ...
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