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Provides an overview of the child protection process for Aboriginal families
An overview of the process for getting parenting and support orders in Provincial (Family) Court.
Explains how to appeal a conviction for a summary or indictable criminal offence if you don't have a lawyer.
Explains how to appeal your sentence if you've been convicted of a summary or indictable criminal offence and don't have a lawyer.
How to apply for a free lawyer if you're facing a serious and complicated criminal charge, but can't get legal aid or afford a lawyer.
Explains what to do if you can't pay a court fine on time
Explains what it means when the court makes a no contact order against you
Outlines what happens when you're charged with a criminal offence
Explains what happens when an accused person wants to plead not guilty to a summary offence
Describes what a convicted person can say to the judge before the judge decides on a sentence
Explains many of the court orders and hearings involved in child protection cases