The Criminal Charging Procedure in Canada
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Part of keeping public servants and other “officers” accountable REQUIRES the unhappy/harmed man or woman speaking up when you are treated improperly via:
- administrative complaints for official record and internal investigation and hopefully correction,
- common law claims for damage and remedy to you
- criminal complaint for punishment and deterrent
All three steps are available and required to keep public servants and other “officers” accountable. Failure to use these legal, lawful and recognized processes invites wrongdoers to continue their wrongful actions.
We all have a duty to “keep the peace” which includes reporting and acting as a witness against wrongdoers.
We cover the first two steps here on private-person.com David-Kevin: Lindsay covers the third step. I encourage everyone to understand the principles and process of laying criminal charges as well.
As reported here on this website “the system” tends to not charge, or undercharge, “system Continue reading Laying Criminal Charges Course