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  • Impaired Driving Laws in Canada – Bill C46

    Bill C-46: The New Impaired Driving Laws in Canada Relating for Cannabis, Alcohol, and other DrugsBelow is a detailed paper of the changes brought on by C-46 and the impact it has upon impaired driving law in Canada. Referencing the toll impaired driving has upon the Canadian population and the impe … Read more »

  • Heather’s Legal Summaries: R v Jarvis, 2019 SCC 10

    Heather’s Legal Summaries: R v Jarvis, 2019 SCC 10Brief Summary A school teacher secretly recorded his female students’ breasts with a camera pen while they were engaged in normal activities at school. Mr. Jarvis was charged with voyeurism under s. 162(1) of the Criminal Code. That offence is commit … Read more »

  • R v Calnen, 2019 SCC 6

    Heather’s Legal Summaries: R v Calnen, 2019 SCC 6Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in R v Calnen, 2019 SCC 6. With three separate judgments, there was little consensus in the result. .fusion-image-frame-bottomshadow.image-frame-shadow-4{display:inline-block}.element-bottom … Read more »

  • Heather’s Legal Summaries: R v Mohamed, 2018 ONCA 966

    Heather’s Legal Summaries: R v Mohamed, 2018 ONCA 966The “Cumulative Hearsay” Issue R v Mohamed is an Ontario Court of Appeal decision delivered by Strathy C.J.O., Watt and Epstein JJ.A on November 30, 2018. It was on appeal from a conviction entered by McIsaac J. of the Superior Court, sitting with … Read more »

  • Heather’s Legal Summaries: R v Boudreault, 2018 SCC 58

    Heather’s Legal Summaries: The case of R v Boudreault, 2018 SCC 58Victim Fine Surcharges Today, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in four cases, heard together as R v Boudreault, 2018 SCC 58. The decision concerned the constitutionality of the “victim fine surcharge” under s. 737 of … Read more »

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