The provincial and federal governments work together to provide criminal justice services to British Columbians.
This section describes the role of each of the key parts of the criminal justice system in B.C. They include:
A jury is a group of people who decide if an accused person in a criminal trial is guilty or if a claim in a civil trial has been proven. Learn more about jury duty.
Check our alphabetical list of criminal justice terms along with their definitions.
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