I have just been found guilty – will they take my DNA?

Canada’s DNA Identification Act came into force in 2000. Under the Act, you might be required to provide DNA samples if you fall under either of two categories.   First, if you have been convicted of any serious offence such as murder, manslaughter, aggravated assault or aggravated sexual assault, the judge must make an order …
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Am I sexually assaulting my spouse?

Prior to 1983 in Canada, a husband could not legally sexually assault his wife. In January 1983, Bill C-127 came into effect, replacing the crime of rape with sexual assault, and at the same time allowing victims to press charges against their spouses. It doesn’t matter whether you are male or female, anyone can be …
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