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Criminal defense in Alberta: Robbery results in injuries

A robbery at a gas station in small community east of Red Deer resulted in a store clerk suffering injuries that were not considered life-threatening. The male suspect, who will need criminal defense representation when apprehended, is said to have approached the station in a stolen truck and got into an altercation with the male employee who was injured in the scuffle. RCMP in the village of Alix, Alberta, said the suspect got away with packages of cigarettes and an undisclosed amount of money.  

Police in Canada, FBI make arrests in drug case

A tag team operation between the FBI and the RCMP has resulted in a number of arrests in connection with organized crime in both countries. The arrests came after years of investigating alleged drug trafficking and money laundering both in Canada and the United States. Those charged will need criminal defense counsel.

Criminal defense: 11 arrested in Calgary drug bust, more expected

More than $4 million in illegal drugs have been taken off the streets, Calgary cops said. The Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams (ALERT) began a massive investigation into the sale of illicit drugs in Cow Town in 2016. The investigation has resulted in 11 people facing more than 125 criminal charges for which each will need to mount a criminal defense. All those charged are from Calgary.

Do alleged Alberta cyberbullies need criminal defense counsel?

Bullying has always been a part of playground happenings in the old days, but cyberbullying is even more hurtful, more intense and more heartbreaking because bullies can hide behind their scathing words. But cyberbullies in Alberta can also choose to impersonate others, so no one really knows who is doing the bullying unless the bully wants to make himself or herself known. Cyberbullies may need criminal defense counsel if charged with cyberbullying

Hateful comments in Canada could mean needing criminal defense

Some people might not realize that some comments they leave on social media sites could be construed as being hateful. Even if they aren't using their own names, there are ways of ascertaining identity and, depending upon the comments posted, they may need to find themselves a criminal defense lawyer. If the hateful comments target a specific group, they could be seen as being criminal.

Criminal defence in Canada: The Mile High Club spells trouble

Many airplane flights are long and boring. Some passengers -- no doubt some Alberta residents too -- decide to become "members" of the infamous mile high club or, in other words, having sex on an airplane. They may have fun in the moment, but it could also mean possible criminal charges and arranging for a criminal defence team once their feet are back on the ground.

Alberta criminal defense: Is a fake firearm cause for alarm?

Anyone who thinks pointing a fake gun at someone as a joke or just for a bit of fun might want to think again before taking aim. Alberta residents who do might find themselves in need of criminal defense. If the person at whom the gun was aimed doesn't get the joke, charges could be forthcoming. Pointing that fake firearm could lead to various charges in certain circumstances.

Criminal defense: 4 Alberta residents up on drug, weapons charges

Four Sylvan Lake residents are facing drug and weapons charges after recent search warrants executed on four homes and two vehicles in the municipality located about 150 kilometres north of Calgary. Two men, ages 38 and 55, and two women, ages 29 and 55, were arrested after a two-month investigation by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.  All four Alberta residents are likely now focused on their criminal defense.

Criminal defense: Alberta man arrested for carjacking

A 26-year-old man is facing a number of charges after being arrested for armed carjacking. The Alberta resident will need a good criminal defense team to fight the charges. He is facing eight of them – some stemming from using a gun in the incident.

Child pornography charges in Alberta require criminal defense

A 32-year-old Alberta man is facing child pornography charges. The Sherwood Park resident and former camp counsellor is likely focused on his criminal defense in order to fight the charges. The man's residence was being operated as a day home by his mother, though police acknowledge that no children there were harmed.

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