Commercial Driver Points for Intersection Camera Tickets

When the government introduced the intersection camera ticket program and expanded it to include speeding tickets as well as red light tickets, they suggested that this was a fair because as a compromise the tickets would attract no penalty points. The tickets would not go on the driving record of the owner or driver, and it would just be the fine. This was their trade-off for governing people by robots.

But this is not the case for tickets where the vehicle has an associated NSC registration. Allow me to explain.

Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume 273

In the peculiar world of food-related legal disputes, the line between genuine grievances and frivolous lawsuits can often blur. This week’s tales highlight cases where consumers have turned to the courts over what they perceive as deception or outright negligence by well-known food companies. From an oversized burger portrayal to misleading cooking instructions, and a shocking discovery in a salad, these stories delve into the curious and sometimes grotesque outcomes of fast-food consumption in the digital era, where social media plays a pivotal role in shaping public perception and legal action.

Driving Law Podcast: Special Interim Episode

On this special interim episode, Kyla and Paul update us on the Rainbow Bridge border crossing accident and the tractor involved in police pursuit on Highway 1. Listen on Friday for further developments as they come to light!

Conflicts of Interest in Policing: Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t!

Welcome to Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t! This week, lawyer Kyla Lee discusses Conflicts of Interest in Policing… 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.

Cannabis Users Can Accurately Predict Impairment and Readiness to Drive

There has been yet another interesting study published related to cannabis impaired driving. Published in the Journal of Accident Analysis and Prevention, the study titled Predicting changes in driving performance in individuals who use cannabis following acute use based on self-reported readiness to drive, looks at how well people can tell their state of impairment after using cannabis.

2023 Acquisition International Magazine Legal Award Winner!

We are delighted to share the remarkable achievement of Kyla Lee, from Acumen Law Corporation, who has been honoured with the esteemed 2023 Legal Award for Vancouver DUI Lawyer by Acquisition International Magazine. This distinguished recognition is a testament to Kyla’s exceptional legal expertise and unwavering commitment to providing outstanding legal services. View Kyla’s listing here!

Weird and Wacky Wednesdays: Volume 272

This week’s collection of peculiar tales takes us into the world of slumber, but not the kind you’d expect. Each story unfolds a scenario where sleep, or the lack thereof, leads to unexpected and bizarre situations. From a burglar’s unintended nap during a heist, not being able to get a good nights sleep, to competitors in a contest who turn lying down into an endurance sport, these narratives reveal the quirky ways sleep (or its semblance) can turn everyday occurrences into extraordinary events. Let’s dive into these unusual tales of rest and relaxation gone awry.

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