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Child Pornography

What the Canadian Law Says About Child Pornography

What is the legal definition of “child pornography”? “Child pornography” is defined in s.163.1 of the Criminal Code of Canada. In order for something to …

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Criminal Lawyer

What is diversion for shoplifting?

Shoplifting It’s the bane of a store owner’s existence. Boosting. Racking. Nicking. The five-finger discount. Whatever you call it, it’s shoplifting and the crime of …

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Boris Bytensky

R. v. Balfour and Young

After decades of systemic delays and chronic problems with bail courts in northern Manitoba, partner Boris Bytensky joined local counsel Rohit Gupta, to launch a …

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Criminal Lawyer

The “Revolving Door” Bail System in Canada

The “Revolving Door” Bail System in Canada: Opinions from Edward Prutschi Many Canadians have grown very frustrated with the bail system in the country. They …

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News

Law & Order with Ed Prutschi, Toronto Police Association head and Mike McCormack

People have been shocked to watch the video of a man handcuffed in the back of a Toronto Police cruiser produce a gun from his pants. In …

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Criminal Lawyer

How much does a DUI lawyer cost in Toronto?

Like the cost of hiring a lawyer in any other criminal case, the cost of defending a DUI case depends on many factors. How are …

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Criminal Lawyer

Bail Review & System in Canada

Bail conditions that make you wonder if you should have stayed in custody for one more day. Understanding the Bail System in Canada and how …

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Criminal Lawyer

What Does Bail Mean In Canada

What does “Bail” mean? Bail is the temporary release of an accused person while their charges work their way through the court system towards a …

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News

Liberal sexual assault reform, Ed Prutschi, Newstalk 1010 Legal Analyst.

In the wake of the acquittals for former CBC host, Jian Ghomeshi, the federal Liberal government enacted a series of significant reforms to the Criminal …

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Criminal Lawyer

How much does it cost to hire a Criminal Lawyer in Toronto

While it is commonly understood that hiring a criminal lawyer is not a cheap proposition, it is very difficult for a person to comprehend what …

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Edward Prutschi

Peace Bonds in Ontario– What You Should Know?

What is a “peace bond”? A peace bond is a court order to keep the peace and be on good behaviour for a period of …

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News

Law & Order with Ed Prutschi and Mike McCormack

Edward Prutschi debates a new study that suggests police officers with a history of misconduct and complaints can ‘infect’ other officers like if a virus …

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News

Partner, Edward Prutschi, explains the process now facing Raptors President Masai Ujiri

Partner, Edward Prutschi, explains the process now facing Raptors President Masai Ujiri as he Oakland Sherrif’s office seeks to lag assault police charges following a …

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News

Four Paralegals Charged In Conviction-Erasing Scam

Four Paralegals Charged In Conviction-Erasing Scam Edward Prutschi: My comments this evening on the growing traffic court scandal as four paralegals face breach of trust …

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News

PRUTSCHI: Fingers on the scales of justice

Fingers on the scales of justice Partner, Edward Prutschi provides his analysis on the collapse of the breach of trust trial facing Vice Admiral Norman. …

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Information Blog

Impaired Driving Penalties and Costs in 2020: What You Need to Know (UPDATED)

Impaired driving has been at the forefront of Canadian political and legal debate. Statistics Canada reported that in 2017, there were over 69,000 impaired driving …

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News

Chris Darden’s Daughter Harassed For Dad Defending Nipsey Hussle’s Alleged Killer

  “Edward Prutschi speaks to Barb DiGulio, host of The Nightside on NewsTalk1010, and answers the age-old cocktail party question posed to every criminal defence …

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News

PRUTSCHI: Libs and SNC Lavalin just won’t take no for an answer

“Last month a Federal Court judge ruled against SNC-Lavalin, finding that the Director of Public Prosecutions had complete discretion to refuse the company its long …

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