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Kyla Lee on Radio NL

A ruling last week from the BC Supreme Court held up that idea saying that having a loose phone in a cup holder while listening to music or a podcast through your car speakers is NOT distracted driving.

Identity of drivers using phones at fatal crash scene could be issue in court challenges, lawyers say

Proving the identities of people who used cellphones to take photos and videos while driving by the scene of a fatal collision in Saskatoon could be a challenge if the tickets mailed to the vehicles’ owners are contested in court, say two criminal defence lawyers.

Kyla Lee on Chek News

When retired RCMP traffic officer Dave Hay hits the roads of Vancouver Island, there’s not a stretch from Port Hardy to the Malahat that doesn’t bring back a memory of a crash he’s responded to.

Kyla Lee on Global News

Nanaimo grandmother fights excessive speeding ticket

A Nanaimo grandmother is fighting her excessive speeding ticket, saying while she admits to driving over the limit, the punishment does not fit the crime. Brad MacLeod reports.

Watch the full video here.

Kyla Lee on Radio NL

At least one BC lawyer is expecting to see a huge demand for increased legal service provision on a pro bono or reduced cost basis as a result of COVID-19.

Kyla Lee on Radio NL

On the guidelines for businesses that are starting to reopen, Provincial Health Officer Dr Bonnie Henry says these are not regulations, what they are, are guidance documents.

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