Be advised of your rights at a police interview, including the all-important right not to self incriminate, also known as your right to remain silent.
Your right to a full defence, and your right to make the Crown prove all of the elements of the offence before any conviction can be registered.
Alibi investigation, legal and Charter of Rights defences, capacity and reasonable doubt, plea bargaining and effective cross examination to expose the weak, untruthful or “grudge bearing”, adverse or deal making witness.
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