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Criminal Charges (Summary Conviction)

Here at Golabgir Legal Services, we understand that a criminal charge can be more than just a hassle.  Criminal charges can get in the way of your travel plans and can greatly restrict your work opportunities.  Ultimately, criminal convictions can have a hugely detrimental affect on your quality of life.

Our expert litigators can help protect your rights and best interests from the following charges and more:

  • Assisting a deserter (Section 54 & 56)
  • Engaging in prize fight (Section 83)
  • Possession of a weapon in public (Section 89)
  • Impersonating a peace officer (Section 130)
  • Advising reward/immunity (Section 143)
  • Corrupting Morals (Section 163 & 169)
  • Tied Sale (Section 165 & 169)
  • Immoral theatrical performance (Section 167 & 169)
  • Mailing obscene matter (Section 168 & 169)
  • Disorderly conduct (Section 173)
  • Indecent acts, public or private (Section 173)
  • Public exposure (Section 173 (2))
  • Public nudity (Section 174))
  • Causing disturbance, indecent exhibition, loitering, etc. (Section 175)
  • Disturbing religious worship or certain meetings (Section 176 (2))
  • Trespassing at night (Section 177)
  • Offensive volatile substance (Section 178)
  • Vagrancy (Section 179)
  • Keeping a gaming or betting house (Section 201)
  • Being found at or being a landlord or tenant of a common bawdy-house (Section 210)
  • Transporting a person to a bawdy-house (Section 211)
  • Procuring or soliciting prostitution (accused stopping vehicles or pedestrians) (Section 213)
  • Unauthorized use of a bodily substance (Section 258.1)
  • Theft valued under $5,000 (Section 322&334)
  • Taking a motor vehicle or vessel or found therein without consent (Section 335)
  • Fraudulently obtaining food, beverage or accommodation (Section 364)
  • Pretending to practise witchcraft, sorcery, enchantment or conjuration, undertaking to tell fortunes (Section 365)
  • Indecent telephone calls (Section 372 (2))
  • Harassing telephone calls (Section 372 (3))
  • Fraudulently obtaining transportation (Section 393 (3))
  • Falsifying employment record (punching time clock etc.) (Section 398)
  • Obtaining carriage by false billing (Section 401)
  • Impersonation at examination (Section 404)
  • Falsely claiming royal warrant (Section 413)
  • Unlawful use of military uniforms or certificates (Section 419)
  • Interfering with the saving of a wrecked vessel (Section 438 (2))
  • Issuing trade stamps (Section 427 (1))
  • Giving trade stamps to a purchaser of goods (Section 427 (2))
  • Interfering with a marine signal (Section 439)
  • Interfering with boundary lines (Section 442)
  • Manufacture or possession of slugs and tokens (Section 454)
  • Defacing current coins (Section 456)
  • Refusal to employ for reason of membership in union (Section 425)
  • Manufacture, promotion, sale of likeness of currency (counterfeiting) (Section 457)