Ontario Crown Attorneys will sometimes refuse to withdraw shoplifting charges
and look for the accused to plead guilty (or not guilty and take the case to trial).
Even though completing diversion results in a withdrawn (dropped) charge this
can still cause problems for Canadians if they aren't properly informed and ...
Theft of a low-cost item from a store (e.g. shoplifting); Minor fraud charges .... In
both situations, once your charges are withdrawn or stayed by the Crown, you ...
Charges for shoplifting, stealing, or theft can often be reduced to a lesser charge,
such as “Littering" if defendant has no prior convictions. Learn more.
Dec 21, 2014 ... Defense lawyer Evan Watson discussed why shoplifting charges usually cannot
be dropped by the store. Call us today for more information on ...
Aug 20, 2014 ... People are shocked to find out that their criminal charge still shows up on a
background check even when the charge was withdrawn.
In some jurisdictions, a person charged with theft ... that the criminal charge of
theft be withdrawn against ...
Our client was charged with theft under $5,000 for allegedly shoplifting from a
grocery store. There were only two witnesses for the Crown, the assistant
If you are guilty of shoplifting, you may be eligible for a program in British
Columbia known as diversion or alternative measures. If the charge is withdrawn
Unfortunately an incident has happened: got arrested for shoplifting of ... having
an arrest record and withdrawn charge be a negative point?