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Explains harvesting rights and what to do if you've been charged with a harvesting offence
Describes how to defend yourself if you're charged with breach of a court order
No longer up-to-date. See Gladue Rights at Bail and Sentencing and Your Gladue Rights to find out more about Gladue rights and Gladue reports.
Infographic poster shows when Gladue rights apply for Aboriginal people during the criminal court process
Explains how to prepare an oral or written submission for a hearing
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
Booklet to help youth become safer online when they use social media
Describes how to defend yourself if you're charged with possession of an illegal drug
Describes how to defend yourself if you're charged with possession of property under $5,000 obtained by crime
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
Describes how to defend yourself if you're charged with theft under $5,000