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False Accusations

Being falsely accused of harassing someone while birdwatching is something that rarely ever happens, yet these days we are getting accustomed to seeing the extraordinary. In my experience most false accusations in a public setting revolve around a narrow set of charges that include: Assault Uttering Threats & Mischief under $5000 If you have been […]

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The New Normal

While we are still uncertain as to what exactly the ‘New Normal’ will bring, what is certain is that people is that people are still being arrested and facing criminal charges and I am still assisting the street to successfully get through the judicial process. Even though the rates a of violent crimes are certainly […]

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Covid 19/Coronavirus and the Courts

People are still getting arrested and they are still being processed through Ontario’s Courts. If you would like more information regarding charges that you or someone else are facing contact Pierre Bonsu ‘the people’s champ’ at tel:647-760-0166.

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Happy Holidays!

I wish everyone some happy holidays and an amazing New Year! I am delighted to have had a successful 2019 running this website. I couldn’t have done it without the encouragement of family and friends. But most importantly, I could not have done it without my awesome clients. I have truly met some of the […]

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Do You Think I’ll Get Bail?

When someone is in remand awaiting a bail hearing at facilities like Maplehurst and Toronto South or at courts such as 1000 Finch in North York, 1911 Eglinton Avenue East in Scarborough or the Brampton court at 7755 Hurontario Street, they most often want to know the chances of them leaving via a bail hearing. […]

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How Elections Affect Your Procedural Rights

As the elections numbers have shown us, not everyone votes. Some do this because they reason that their votes won’t have any effect in any event. Nevertheless, whether you vote or not, the people that you elect have a huge impact on your procedural rights should you ever get caught up in the criminal justice […]

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Failure to Remain

Failure to remain is an offence under most provincial statutes. However, the criminal code of Canada actually has failure to stop after accident under section 320.16.  The main difference between the two is that if you’re charged under the criminal code you could possibly face jail time if convicted. You could, of course, be charged […]

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Bench Warrants

I often get a calls from people saying that the court ordered a bench warrant after they missed a court date. It’s often second-hand information, in that someone that they know was at the courthouse, heard their name called and then relayed the information about the bench warrant to them. Essentially, there are two possibilities […]

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Peace Bonds, Discharges and Suspended Sentences

With a peace bond (s.810 or Common Law), there is no admission of guilt or wrongdoing. It is merely an agreement of certain facts relating to the incident and a promise to keep the peace with another party. If a person is to plead ‘guilty’, a discharge is the most favourable sentence that one can […]

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Da Chip

Unfortunately, I was in Paris while the Raptors won the NBA Finals, but I got to rep them nonetheless while I was there. My experiences during my trip to France greatly aided my understanding of criminal law and offered a new perspective. I am now back and ready to help those that want to help […]

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