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Drunk driving / Impaired driving / Driving over 0.08 / DUI

Most driving offences – like speeding or making an illegal turn – are not criminal and, therefore, will not go on your criminal record. But impaired driving can be considered sufficiently serious to warrant a criminal conviction, especially if the driver has a blood alcohol level over 0.08. These offences happen for lots of differentRead More
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Victim Surcharge Fees

www.nationalpardon.org Judges Defy Order to Impose Mandatory Victim Surcharge on Convicted Offenders – Helping or Hurting? Stephen Harper’s Conservatives have made it clear that their “tough on crime” stance is a priority. Their newest legislation, which adheres to the party platform, has made it mandatory for all convicted offenders to pay a victim-services surcharge regardlessRead More
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Pay Your Fines

www.nationalpardon.org If you don’t pay your fine you will never be eligible for your Canadian pardon. Before the Conservatives got involved in the business of pardons there was a stipulation that allowed a person to apply for a pardon despite an unpaid fine if more than fifteen years had elapsed. That is now gone soRead More
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