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NewWestminster Record: ‘Roadside’ driving prohibitions don’t need to be served at the roadside, court finds

The “roadside” driving prohibition, a tool for police to handle cases of impaired driving without going to court, doesn’t literally have to be served at the side of the road, as its name may imply.

Lee, who specializes in impaired driving cases, said she was disappointed to see the original ruling overturned in the Sept. 11 Appeal Court ruling, penned by Justice Elizabeth Bennett.

As It Happens: Wednesday Edition

Ontario says it just wants to make it more convenient for drivers. But criminal defence lawyer Kyla Lee warns that allowing the police to verify insurance information on a smartphone might open you up to abuses of your rights.

Kyla: “My advice would be not to do it. It is incredibly foolish to give police access to as much personal information as you keep on your phone–particularly if that information could in any way incriminate you of just make an officer suspicious…”

Listen to the full story here.

The Province: Huge increase in sex crimes against children reported in Surrey

Sex crimes against children rose a staggering 400 per cent in Surrey between 2012 and 2018, according to a report highlighted by the RCMP on Tuesday.

Vancouver lawyer Kyla Lee told Postmedia News that one explanation for the increase was that police were putting more resources into child sex crimes, particular with the advent of the internet and access to chat-rooms and message boards.

 

Kyla Lee on Radio NL

Kyla speaks her mind on the report that the federal ethics commissioner released on Wednesday about the SNC-Lavalin affair, finding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau guilty of violating Canada’s Conflict of Interest Act.

Kyla Lee on Vancouver Sun

Kyla Lee said the cyclist broke at least three laws under the Motor Vehicle Act and she suggested that the cyclist should be fined for his actions.

Kyla Lee on The Lynda Steele Show

 

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.

Kyla Lee on The Ryan Jaspersen Show

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.

 

Kyla Lee on The Simi Sara Show

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.

Kyla Lee on Carson Crimeni’s Death

Criminal lawyer Kyla Lee said the people who filmed Carson could be charged with criminal negligence causing death. She added that the action of filming would be enough to show deliberate disregard for the teen’s life, which would allow the Crown to prove the offence.

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