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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.

Kyla Lee on the Jeff Andreas Show

Kyla Lee appeared on the Jeff Andreas show to discuss an off-duty cop that discovered three marijuana plants in a Revelstoke couple’s yard which were inevitably confiscated.

Kyla Lee in The Province: Safety or cash grab? Speed cameras could wind up in court

“If you don’t tell people the threshold, a driver might see the speed-camera sign and slam on the brakes,” said Vancouver traffic-ticket lawyer Kyla Lee. “Now you have the risk of the driver behind them not reacting fast enough and rear-ending them. Or the driver might not brake properly and lose control of their vehicle.”

Kyla Lee in the TriCity News: Can cops and conservation officers take your phone?

Kyla was recently in the TriCity News to discuss whether cops and conservation officers can take your phone.

“If [an officer] arrests somebody, and there’s a phone on them, [they] are permitted to search and seize that phone for the purposes of collecting or preserving evidence related to the offence,” Kyla Lee, a Vancouver criminal lawyer, told The Tri-City News.

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