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What Shows Up on a Criminal Record Check in Canada?

August 13th, 2020|Blogs|

Businesses and countries have slowly begun to open up to welcome people back after the first several months of COVID-19. Travel is now permitted in many cases, but still discouraged. [...]

How to Deal with False Domestic Violence Charges

June 25th, 2020|Blogs|

It’s not unheard of for a partner or spouse to lie about being the victim of domestic violence. A Sicotte & Sandhu Criminal Defence lawyer can help you fight for [...]

How to Find the Best Criminal Defence Lawyer

May 29th, 2020|Blogs|

When you are charged with a crime, you want a criminal defence lawyer that knows the law inside and out and can understand your unique circumstances. It is important to [...]

Workplace Harassment Still Present during COVID-19

May 15th, 2020|Blogs|

As employees continue to work remotely because of the COVID-19 lockdown, upper management may not be aware that different forms of workplace harassment are occurring. While employees are no longer [...]

COVID-19 Lockdown: Isolation and Domestic Abuse

April 1st, 2020|Blogs|

In many places around Canada, it is now the third week of social distancing and self-quarantining. And it’s getting to people. Luckily, most of us are not in solitary confinement. [...]

A Possible Connection between Vaping and COVID-19

March 25th, 2020|Blogs|

Have you noticed that Youtube commercial right before clicking Skip Ad? It shows a group of teens sitting around, with one boy tempting another to start vaping. It’s a message [...]

Can You Get a DUI on a Bicycle?

February 7th, 2020|Blogs|

In these times, many individuals are unable to work, leaving them with lots of free time. For some, time spent with family has seen a significant uptick. For others, COVID [...]

E-Scooter Pilot Proposals Now Welcome

January 27th, 2020|Blogs|

For the past few years, have you seen e-scooters on sidewalks, roads, or bike lanes in British Columbia? Did you know that e-scooters are banned from public terrain? But they [...]

What is the Right to Silence and When Can it Be Used?

December 23rd, 2019|Blogs|

The right to silence is protected under section 7 and section 11(c) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It is meant to provide the accused the freedom to [...]

What About Bail After an Arrest

October 17th, 2019|Blogs|

Bail court is not offered to every person who is accused of a criminal offence. The police determine whether to release the accused or bring them to bail court based [...]