Month: August 2019
Many friends of the Lynda Steele show have had their cars broken into in recent weeks, with the break-in’s happening for seemingly no reason. Kyla Lee, in this podcast, narrated how her car was smashed and nothing was taken.
The SNC-Lavalin affair is causing problems for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and raising wider ethical issues. Kyla Lee and Paul Doroshenko explore the fallout and how it relates to driving law.
Lyft has announced it will be launching ride-hailing services in BC. …
This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at a very shitty circumstance involving an arrest and charges out of Georgia. Then, we look at one of the more creative ways to participate in dying with dignity. Finally, we find a Florida man who did something stupid because what week would be complete without one?
Follow the jump to learn more about the weirdest and wackiest cases from this past week! …
Can minty-fresh breath land you in trouble with the law? Acumen Law Corporation lawyers Kyla Lee and Paul Doroshenko investigate if mouthwash can cause a false reading on a breathalyzer. Mouthwash brands such as Listerine contain alcohol but will that register on an approved screening device (ASD).
In “Can You Fail It?” everyday household consumables are put to the test to find out, Can You Fail It? That is, can you give a false positive reading on a breathalyzer after consuming it.
The BC murder suspects may have been found dead, but many who expected answers are still feeling like law enforcement is keeping important information under wraps but according to Kyla Lee, the police don’t have any obligation beyond warning the public about dangers, to keep them informed on the progress of investigations.
The BC murder suspects may have been found dead, but many who expected answers are still feeling like law enforcement is keeping important information under wraps.
Kyla Lee argues that no matter what the public might think, people are NOT entitled to information and answers, as that could hinder police investigations.
Welcome to Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t! This week, lawyer Kyla Lee discusses mistrials and judicial bias.
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.