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How Many Tickets Until I Lose My License?

How Many Tickets Until I Lose My License


A lot of people call me to ask about how many tickets they can get before they lose their license. People are concerned that having a certain number of points or a minimum number of tickets will trigger a driving prohibition.

So I will answer this question for anyone who is wondering how many tickets it will take for them to lose their driver’s license. …

Did you miss a time period to dispute your IRP? We may be able to help.

If you received a 90-day driving prohibition in British Columbia for falling or refusing a roadside breathalyzer test, you only had seven days to dispute it. After the seven-day limitation period is up, there is nothing you can do.

Similarly, if you had a hearing scheduled but did not get your submissions in by the hearing date and time, the RoadSafetyBC policies require that you are deemed to have waived your rights to have a hearing.  

However, under a new order granted under the Emergency Program Act in British Columbia, you may be able to get a little relief on those otherwise hard-and-fast deadlines. As of March 26, 2020, if you missed a time limit to dispute your IRP or to submit your materials for an IRP hearing, you can request an extension.

Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Eighty Five

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at what happens when adults don’t use
snow responsibly. Then, we find out just how bad things can get if you spit on a Trump
supporter. Finally, we question why Yamaha needs to put a weirdly specific legal disclaimer out
into the world.

Follow the jump and read on to find out more about the weirdest and wackiest legal cases from
around the world.

Weird and Wacky Wednesday Volume Eighty Two


This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we have a story that will send shudders down the spine of anyone who’s ever worked in a supermarket. We get an answer to the quesion, will an RV fit through a drive-thru – *spoiler alert* it won’t. And a domestic argument involving chips.

Follow the jump to find out who made it to this week’s Weird and Wacky Wednesday. Le’ts go. …

Weird and Wacky Wednesday Volume Eighty One


This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at a case involving a woman who got a little too into the holiday spirit. Then, we get an update on the case of a judicial brawl in the parking lot of a White Castle. Finally, we look at one man who loved too much. And far too publicly. 

Follow the jump to learn more about this week’s weird and wacky legal cases from around the globe.

Is pulling over to use your phone distracted driving?

Using an electronic device while driving is naughty


An interesting case provides some guidance as to when the prohibition against using an electronic device inside a vehicle does not apply. We all know that you cannot use your phone or any other electronic device while you are driving, but there are some exceptions. For instance, you may use a phone to call or message emergency services if it is an emergency. …

Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume Eighty

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at someone who either really, really likes to smoke or who is perhaps criminally ambitious. Then, we examine the case of a cat that was both well-trained and, well, trained. Finally, we look at the story of a woman who had a real jerk for a husband but who settled the score in a profoundly satisfactory manner.  

Follow the jump to learn more on Week 80 of Weird and Wacky Wednesdays!  

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