When the police lay criminal charges of sexual assault, it’s like the world turns against the accused. Even if you are innocent until proven guilty, a charge of sexual assault is made public
Social media sites can be great educational and personal enjoyment tools when used correctly within acceptable parameters, and in most cases it is used in this way. However, with new technology comes new laws.
If you are convicted of theft under $5,000, the maximum penalties you would receive is a summary offence of a fine of up to $2,000 and/or imprisoned for up to six months. However, if you are a first offender your charges are likely be much less severe.
In recent years, traditional stalking (otherwise known as harassment) has transformed with the help of technology into virtual or cyber stalking.
If you've found yourself charged of a crime you did not commit from a complainant who is lying to the police, you are not alone. Have your charges defended today.