Indictable Convictions In Canada

For people that run afoul of the law, a violation doesn’t necessarily mean a severe impact on a person’s long-term prospects. Getting a speeding ticket, or receiving a fine for being on a cellphone in your car, for example, requires paying some money to the police, but unless you’re a repeat offender, that’s about the…

Summary Convictions In Canada

Being charged and going to court runs the spectrum of anxiety. At its least worrying, you may simply be charged with something like a traffic offence, and you may show up at court to contest it if you feel the officer was in error. On the most extreme end, however, your life and future may…

What Is Considered A Criminal Offence In Canada?

One of the biggest negative legacies people can create for themselves is the presence of a criminal record. When you have a criminal record in Canada, it can severely limit both your professional and even travel options. Employers have the legal right to reject an applicant if past criminal charges come up in a background…

What Is The CPIC?

We are often asked, what is the CPIC? People are often told during their youth that they need to behave themselves and don’t get into any kind of legal trouble, or else “it will end up on their permanent record.” To the majority of Canadians, this often feels like an idle threat to maintain good…

Pardons Canada Review – Remove DUI to be Safe to Travel

www.pardons.org In Canada, a DUI or Impaired Driving conviction is considered to be a criminal offence.  Other similar driving convictions include Driving with Over 80 miligrams, Care and Control of a Motor Vehicle, Driving While Ability Impaired, Refusal to Provide a Breathe Sample are all considered criminal convictions.  You will have been fingerprinted by the…