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  • Child Endangerment and Impaired Driving

    A recent series of tweets from VPD officer Sandra Glendinning has renewed calls for child endangerment laws related to impaired driving in British Columbia. MADD Canada, pointing to provinces like Manitoba and Nova Scotia, says that people who are caught driving while impaired with children in their … Read more »

  • Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Sixty-Nine

    This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at an Ontario man who took the term “mobile home” too far. Then we fly over to Florida to hear about a couple who chose a peculiar location to be intimate ­– the back of a police car. Finally, we hear about a police officer who[…..] The post Weird a … Read more »

  • Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Sixty Eight

    This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at the case of a rooster who successfully defended himself in court. Then we examine what happens when a couple makes off with $120,000 in accidental money. Finally, we consider one of the stupidest and most unfair defences ever to be written into the … Read more »

  • The Importance of Calibration Checks in Traffic Court

    A recent CBC story shed light on a shameful practice in other provinces involving speeding tickets. Apparently, despite the fact that speeding tickets are issued on a regular basis and can have devastating consequences for drivers, some police forces in Canada have done away with the need to perform … Read more »

  • Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Sixty Seven

    This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays we look at a case where the British police jumped to a conclusion far too quickly in a so-called major drug bust. Then, we look at an argument over roofing supplies that ended in a six-year-long litigation. Finally, we consider the important area of food law a … Read more »