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“Creep Off”: A New Reporting Tool for Harassment in Vancouver

By |July 9th, 2018|Blogs, Sex Crimes|

As of June 15th, the nonprofit organization Good Night Out has launched a text-based reporting tool called “Creep Off” to accumulate data about harassing behaviours in Vancouver. It’s a tool [...]

Sexual Assault: The Breaching of a Tenant’s Trust

By |May 28th, 2018|Sex Crimes|

This past March, Jorge Alim Vega Ramirez was sentenced to two years less a day in jail for sexually assaulting one of his female tenants, an ESL student from Japan, [...]

B.C. Supreme Court Overturns Mandatory Minimum Sentence in Sexual Interference Case

By |May 28th, 2018|Blogs, Sex Crimes|

Mandatory minimums were created to provide an automatic punishment for certain crimes, including drug trafficking, child exploitation, and sex crimes. But crimes are not committed in rigid situations. A court [...]

Know When “No” Means “No” & Avoid Sexual Assault Charges

By |April 9th, 2018|Blogs, Sex Crimes|

The #metoo movement is conjuring up many discussions regarding the rights of women, the behaviour of men, and the ever-evolving line that is continuously crossed. Critics of the #metoo movement [...]

Sexual Assault

By |February 6th, 2017|

Our client was charged with sexual assault after the complainant went to police alleging 2 incidents of sexual contact without consent at parties in our client’s residence when our client [...]

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