The Ontario Court of Justice – OCJ, presides over criminal trials of the Criminal Code of Canada where individuals and business have been charged with a Summary Conviction offence under the criminal code. Unfortunately, most charges can be either summary conviction or indictable offence. The only way an individual knows for sure is when the Crown Prosecutor makes the election to charge either way. An indictable offence is heard by the Ontario Superior Court justice. Only lawyers…
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