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Break & Enter is a crime under section 328 of the Canadian criminal code. Whenever an individual or a group of people is entering premises to commit an indictable offense, they must be ready to face serious consequences.
However, you have the right to defend yourself in a court of law. We know the court proceeding and ensure to resolve your case with least sanctions and if there is a reasonable doubt then acquitting the criminal charges as soon as possible.
i) break and enter place with the intent of committing an indictable offense
ii) break and enters place and commits indictable offense
iii) breaks out of a place after
a)committing an offense
b) break and enter place with intent to commit indictable offense: therein is guilty
iv) if the crime is in relation to a dwelling house: of an indictable offense: liable for imprisonment for life
v) if the crime is in relation to other than a non-dwelling house: of an indictable offense: liable for imprisonment for more than 10 years: of an offense punishable on summary conviction.
These are just a basic layout of breaking and entering crime and the criminal's charges. Therefore Navdeep Dhindsa is available to assist you with the proceedings. Moreover, it is easy to connect with him for support.
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