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Areas of Practice


  • Parole/probation violation
  • Breach of conditions
  • Sex offender registry

The court can impose conditions when releasing an accused from custody, such as interdictions to communicate with certain people or to go to certain places. 

If an accused is found guilty of an infraction, similar conditions may also be imposed.

Crimes against persons

  • Domestic violence
  • Criminal harassment
  • Assault
  • Extortion
  • Kidnapping and sequestration
  • Weapons offences

Assault, threats, robberies all constitute infractions wherein force or the threat of force is used.

Driving offences

  • Impaired driving
  • Hit and run
  • Dangerous driving
  • Driving while disqualified

A conviction  for driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or for dangerous driving can lead to the court forbidding the accused to drive for a certain period of time. Should this interdiction not be respected, new accusations may be laid.

Drug offences

  • Possession
  • Possession for purpose of trafficking
  • Trafficking

Though the simple possession of cannabis is now legal in certain quantities, the possession of other recreational drugs is not. The production, distribution and sale of drugs (including cannabis, without proper authorizations) is also proscribed.

Economic crimes

  • Fraud
  • Forgery (use of false documents)

Fraud and other financial crimes can range from credit card fraud, to the production of fraudulent financial documents, to large-scale financial crimes.


  • Appearance
  • Bail hearing
  • Preliminary inquiry
  • Trial
  • Sentence

Sex crimes

  • Sexual assault
  • Child pornography
  • Voyeurism
  • Sexual touching or invitation to sexual touching
  • Indecent acts
  • Luring
  • Sharing intimate photos

Sexual assault, indecent exposure, the posession, distribution or production of child pornography, as well as child luring are among the many different sexual offenses prosecuted in Canadian law.

Property crimes

  • Possession of stolen goods
  • Breaking and entering
  • Criminal mischief
  • Theft and robbery

Mischief and theft can vary in severity, from vandalism or shoplifting to arson, robbery and breaking-and-entering.