The purpose of a mitigation plea is to persuade the Court to impose the least severe or most appropriate punishment (in your view) available for the offence committed in view of all the circumstances of your case. As such, the mitigation plea should aim to present the following types of information for the Court’s consideration:…

After you have been found guilty and convicted of an offence, the Court will need to consider what type and amount of sentence to impose against you. Before the Court decides on and imposes the sentence, you will be given an opportunity to inform the Court of any mitigating factors which you may have. The…

If you are being formally charged for a criminal offence, you will be issued with a copy of the charge which would state the type of offence as well as describe the essential particulars of the offence, such as the date, time, location, offending criminal act or conduct in question, value of property involved and…