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- Understanding the Bail System in Canada
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees a right to a reasonable bail. The Criminal Code states that, in most cases, a person MUST be released on their own recognizance without any conditions. In some “reverse onus” circumstances, the accused has to demonstrate why they should be released and o … Read more »
- Criminal Lawyer Edward Prutschi Discusses Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash
Canada was shocked last April when 16 people were killed and 13 others were injured in a major bus crash. The Humboldt Broncos hockey team had been on their way to a playoff game when their bus crashed into a semi-trailer truck in Saskatchewan. Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, the driver of the semi-trailer, w … Read more »
- Reckless Driving Charges Dropped for Man with Undiagnosed ADHD
Toronto criminal lawyer Boris Bytensky discussed on NewsTalk1010 a case that deals with driving and ADHD. On Halloween night in 2015, a man ran through a red light, injuring another. He was charged with reckless driving but a judge recently dropped the charges. It was discovered that the man had und … Read more »
- New Legislation to Impact Ontario Impaired Driving Law
On December 18th, new legislation will go into effect that will impact impaired driving law. Currently, police officers must have reasonable suspicion before demanding a breathalyzer test. Once the new legislation passes though, police can demand it for no reason. The federal attorney general is “10 … Read more »
- BPS Criminal Law Firm Voted Best Toronto Lawyers in the 2018 NOW Readers’ Choice Award!
Bytensky Prutschi Shikhman Criminal Law Firm is honored to win NOW Magazine’s 2018 Readers’ Choice Award for Best Toronto Lawyers! Every year, NOW Magazine has their readers vote for the best businesses in a number of categories. This year, over 100,000 readers throughout Toronto cast their votes. W … Read more »
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