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Justice in Both Languages

This Ministry of the Attorney General resource describes rights French-speaking people have in the Ontario justice system:

1. The Right to a Trial in the Accused's Official Language of Choice for Criminal Cases

2. The Right to a Bilingual Court Proceeding for Family, Non-Jury Civil and Provincial Offences Act Cases

3. The Right to a Civil Jury Trial with a Bilingual Jury in Certain Areas of the Province

4. The Right to Bilingual Administrative Tribunal Hearings

5. The Right to File Documents in French

6. The Right to Make a Contract in French

7. The Right to Make a Will in French

Produced in
2015