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Pot Laws & Drug Impaired Driving

Joshua Clarke from Armoured Suits Criminal Defence Lawyers speaks with Henry Burris and CTV Morning Live Ottawa about the current pot laws. Joshua covers topics including possession, distribution, trafficking, and penalties. He also delves into drug impaired driving...
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What Is Harrassment?

Harrassment has been a hot topic in the Canadian media over the last week. A series of allegations made by the wife of the captain of the Ottawa Senators against a fellow teammate’s fiancée, detailing a season-long campaign of targeted online harassment, has many...
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The Cost of Defence

You’re facing charges. You need to hire a lawyer. Just how much is it going to cost? Armoured Suits Criminal Defence Lawyer Joshua Clarke discusses the cost of defence and legal services with CTV Morning Live Ottawa. In his segment, Joshua gives an overview on...
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Can the cops search your cellphone?

Following the deadly van attack that occurred in Toronto on April 23, 2018, Armoured Suits Criminal Defence Lawyers‘ Joshua Clarke visited CTV Morning Live Ottawa to explain what police can access on your phone without needing a warrant. Contact Us If you would...
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Barrhaven Teen Hacker Plans To Appeal Sentence

The Barrhaven teen hacker, who at the time of his arrest was 16 years old, was given a nine-month sentence on Thursday for the series of “swatting” incidents which caused disruptions in Canada and the United States. The teen, who is now 19 years old, has...
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How Do I Apply For a Pardon?

How Do I Apply For a Pardon? A pardon is formally known in Canada as a record suspension. It is offered to those who were convicted of a criminal offense, but have completed their sentence and can demonstrate they are now law-abiding citizens.   A pardon will keep...
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What Offences Are Similar to Breaking and Entering?

A common question that arises is what determines a charge of breaking and entering?  And is often followed up by the question – What offences are similar to that? Before answering these, it’s worth looking at what breaking and entering actually is in Canadian law....
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Is Witchcraft a Crime in Canada?

Halloween is just around the corner, and lots of ghouls and goblins will be out on the streets collecting candy. However, if you’re planning to pretend to practice any witchcraft on that date, our best legal advice to you is … don’t. Believe it or not, you can be...
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Can I Access Ontario Court Documents?

Can I Access Ontario Court Documents? You can access Ontario court documents in most cases as many court documents are available to the public, such as: Any current list the court of civil proceedings commenced maintains; Any documents filed in a civil proceeding; Any...
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