Month: October 2018

Kyla Lee on News 1130 Radio

ICBC driver risk premium announcement is a Halloween nightmare

Happy Halloween, everyone. I’m sure lots of you will be driving to the store to pick up a last minute costume or filling up your trunk with candy. Whatever it is you’re doing, I don’t mean to spoil your fun, but the government just announced a policy will be coming into effect that is certainly more trick than treat. In fact, it’s the stuff of nightmares.

Driving Law with Kyla Lee: Episode Twenty Eight

On this week’s episode of Driving Law, Paul Doroshenko and I continue our discussion of what is changing in Canadian criminal law related to driving, this time outlining some of our bigger concerns with the alcohol-related changes to the Criminal Code due to take effect in December, 2018.

You can listen online on SoundCloud, PlayerFM, or subscribe on iTunes!

Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Twenty Two

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at two different assholes. One is an asshole because he did the type of thing only an asshole would do. The other is an asshole because it literally is an asshole. And then, just because Halloween is coming up, we delve into a little black magick and look at a case involving practicing witchcraft. Which, in certain circumstances, is actually a criminal offence.

The Twelve Weeks of DRE-Mas: The Toxicological Examination

Happy Legalization, Canada!

It’s now been a little over 24 hours since cannabis was legalized, and near as I can tell, there has been no sudden carnage on the roads and highways caused by stoned drivers. Go figure. Which brings me to a bittersweet ending to my weekly series on the Drug Recognition Evaluation Program.

This week, I cover the toxicological evaluation. Or, in layman’s terms, the urine or blood test. Each of these is problematic for its own reasons.

Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Twenty One

This week, on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays we see just what happens when you don’t listen to your cousin after he tells you not to eat his potato chips. Then, we look at the case of a woman who was just a little too obsessed with Dirty Dancing. Finally, our morbid fascination with cases involving death takes a strange turn into the realm of criminal harassment. Read on to find out why!

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