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35 areas of law
749 Being released on bail
750 Who can be a surety? What does a surety do?
751 How does a past criminal record affect getting bail?
752 How much does bail cost?
753 Do you have to deposit money with the court?
Being Charged and Arrested
746 When can you be charged or arrested?
747 Do the police need a warrant to arrest you?
748 Your rights when charged or arrested
793 What is a criminal record?
794 Removing a criminal record: Eligibility
795 How criminal records affect employment
796 How criminal records affect Immigration
797 How criminal records affect: U.S.A. travel, U.S.A. employment
798 Erase or remove your criminal record:
770 Police powers to stop vehicles and question drivers
771 Breath screening tests: Roadside & breathalyzer
772 Blood and urine tests
773 Impaired driving
774 Exceeding the legal blood-alcohol limit
775 Refusing to provide a sample
777 Dangerous Driving
778 Driving while your licence is suspended
779 Failing to remain at the scene of an accident
768 Possession of a narcotic
Early Release and Parole
763 What is parole?
764 Eligibility for parole
765 Requirements to be granted parole
738 Categories of criminal offences
739 Penalties for criminal offences
740 Reporting crimes and having charges laid
741 The Right to Remain Silent
742 From arrest to trial: Overview
766 Theft and shoplifting
791 How to make a complaint against a police officer(s)
792 What happens after a complaint is made?
Police Stops and Searches
743 Can the police stop and question you?
744 Can the police search you?
745 Can the police enter and search your home?
Trial Process: Defending a Charge
754 Finding and paying for a Lawyer
755 Disclosure of evidence
756 Pleading guilty or not guilty
757 Setting a date for preliminary hearing or trial
758 Preliminary hearings
759 The trial: Process overview
760 Witnesses: Subpoenas and testifying
762 Appealing a conviction
Victims of Crime
784 What to do if you are assaulted or abused
785 What happens once the police arrest the offender?
786 What happens if the police refuse to lay charges?
787 Changing your mind about laying charges
788 Spousal assault
789 Victim witnesses
790 Victim compensation
780 Who is a young offender?
781 Being tried as an adult
782 Alternative Measures Program
783 Young offender criminal records
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