So you've been arrested: what happens next? Do you need a lawyer? How do you fight your charge?
Never fear, no matter where you are or what your legal query may be, the resources below can help you figure out next steps. Knowing your rights is half the battle. The rest is dealing with the outcome. These provincial guides and legal aid links will help you keep out of legal trouble no matter where you roam. Just visiting? Check out this legal primer for activists attending protests in Canada.
North West Territories
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