Fundamental Rights

  • Homicide

The Court’s Power to Make Ancillary Orders

When a judge has to impose a sentence, the Criminal Code offers him several ancillary orders that can be added to a more traditional sentence such as imprisonment. These orders include the possibility of making a long-term offender declaration and making ancillary orders. What rules are these orders subject to?


  • Les avantages d’avoir un avocat

The pros of hiring an attorney: sentence negotiation

An undeniable advantage to retain the services of an attorney is the possibility that he may negotiate with the prosecution in order to obtain a sentence that is reasonable and acceptable for the accused. Moreover, when such a negotiation leads to a joint submission on sentence, the judge must generally abide by the suggestion.

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