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  • Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Ninety

    This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at the case of an extremely unusual criminal response to the coronavirus outbreak. Then, we look at one way to get stung after a DUI crash. Finally, we examine just how far distracted driving can go in a very unusual case. Follow the jump to learn[… … Read more »

  • BC Court Rules Having Phone on Lap not Against the Law

    In a recent decision from traffic court, the BC Provincial Court has provided further clarity to the seemingly-endless grey area that is the distracted driving laws in British Columbia. In this case, Ms. Wylie was seen driving with her phone plugged and sitting on her lap. The screen was not illumin … Read more »

  • Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Eighty Nine

    This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we travel the globe for some truly strange legal stories. First, we look at a case out of Congo with some very unusual allegations of criminal activity. Then, we find out how some people are revolting against the use of photo radar in Toronto. And finally, we … Read more »

  • What’s Missing in Federal Government Sexual Assault Training Bill

    The Liberal government has recently introduced a bill that would require all federally-appointed judges to undergo training for sexual assault cases. This is a laudable goal, but it is not one that achieves the desired purpose in a well-planned way. What Bill C-5 purports to do is protect the rights … Read more »

  • Drug-impaired driving accidents expected to fall

    Remember when marijuana was decriminalized, and some people thought the world was going to end? Well, the prophets of doom are in for a surprise: drug-impaired driving accidents are projected to fall. Who would have guessed? Well, according to Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth’s opinion piece pu … Read more »