Month: February 2019
NPA Councillor Melissa De Genova appears to have tabled a motion that suggests the City of Vancouver should try to withhold driver’s licenses from individuals who have not paid these fines. However, there is currently no statutory authority for this to be done. Her motion would have the City of Vancouver pressure the province to amend BC’s Motor Vehicle Act for the sole purpose of the City collecting more revenue.
It is unlikely this will happen.
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New testing methods to evaluate impairment were introduced alongside the legalization of cannabis. The reality is we are going to see more and more drug-impaired driving cases both at criminal and civil trials. This online talk is aimed at providing both civil and criminal lawyers with a better understanding of these methods, including the Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) program.
Welcome to Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t! This week, lawyer Kyla Lee discusses who gets to call a law unconstitutional.
Acumen Law Corporation lawyer Kyla Lee gives her take on a made-in-Canada court case each week and discusses why these cases should have been heard by Canada’s highest court: the Supreme Court of Canada. …
Vancouver criminal and DUI lawyer Kyla Lee joins Drex on The Shift With Drex to talk about the reasons why Jody Wilson-Raybould may have been shuffled out of the role of Justice Minister, what this means for the SNC Lavalin affair, and what may be next on the horizon, politically, for JWR.
I’m also pleased to announce that the Driving Law podcast is now part of the Cannabis Media Collective!
Click the link below to read the three weirdest and wackiest legal cases of this week!