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The criminal justice system can be daunting, but you don’t need to go through it alone. Our Criminal lawyers are here to guide you every step of the way.

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Immigration Consequences

If you are a “visitor” to Canada (such as a tourist, or a foreign student or a foreign worker on a visa) and you are convicted of impaired driving, over 80, or refuse breath sample you may face deportation. After conviction your immigration status will become “inadmissible to Canada” and you will have to apply for a temporary resident permit, which are issued at the discretion of the immigration authorities.

If you are deported from Canada and you believe you may need to return in the future, we advise you obtain certified true copies of the following before you leave:

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Founded in 1993, Neuberger & Partners LLP is a high profile Toronto law firm with exclusive focus on criminal law. Our lawyers have represented clients in simple, complex and high-profile cases throughout the Greater Toronto Area and across Ontario.

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The Youth Criminal Justice Act has Consequences for Murder Convictions

January 20th, 2023

By Liam K. Thompson and Joseph Neuberger Neuberger & Partners LLP Toronto was shocked last month when eight teenage...

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What is a ‘Prior Sexual Act?’

December 12th, 2022

Neuberger & Partners LLP When discussing defending a sexual assault charge, there are often many nuances held within...

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Human Rights Day 2022 – “Dignity, Freedom and Justice for All”

December 11th, 2022

Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights “Whereas recognition of the inherent...

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Have You Been Entrapped? Supreme Court of Canada Clarifies What Counts as Entrapment

November 29th, 2022

By Joseph Neuberger and Liam K. Thompson Last week, the Supreme Court of Canada released a number of decisions stemming...

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