Violent Offences can stem from charges that relate to threats or allegations of violence.
Domestic Offences are considered to be made when either a family member, or a current/former romantic partner. The Criminal Code of Canada stipulates for mandatory conditions that if charged, would prevent the accused from direct contact with the complainant or victim if conviction is made in a Domestic Offence.
The Crown Prosecutor and the Courts consider these types of charges more seriously than a similar set of charges arising from non-domestic contexts.
Calgary Court Centre Courtroom 508 deals exclusively with domestic violence cases.
Violent and Domestic Offences includes offences such as Assault, Aggravated Assault, Threats, Assault with a Weapon, Break and Enter, Sexual Assault, Criminal Harassment
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