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507.1(3) The judge or designated justice may issue a summons or warrant only if he or she (a) has heard and considered the allegations of the informant and the evidence of witnesses; (b) is satisfied that the Attorney General has received a copy of the information; (c) is satisfied that the Attorney General has received reasonable notice of the hearing under paragraph (a); and (d) has given the Attorney General an opportunity to attend the hearing under paragraph (a) and to cross-examine and call witnesses and to present any relevant evidence at the hearing.

definitionsA list of definitions found in the Criminal Code of Canada with explanation from an Ottawa criminal lawyer.
malicious-ex-making-up-allegationsWhen a person is criminally charged for the first time, they are often shocked to learn that they could potentially be convicted based on nothing more than the word of one or two witnesses. In this respect, your choice in lawyer is your most vital decision, since it is only through meticulous cross-examination - questioning - that the truth is going to be exposed. In this case, a mid-trial acquittal was garnered in this exact way - when the malicious ex was exposed.

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