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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.

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.

The only exception is the requirement to have a COVID-19 safety plan which needs to be posted where the public can see it.

Kyla Lee on the Mike Smyth Show

Traffic court set to resume, how people can fight traffic tickets, no social distancing rules posted for court.

Kyla Lee on CBC News


Kyla Lee was interviewed on CBC News to discuss yet another distracted driving ticket that was overturned and to clarify the rules on what constitutes distracted driving.

Watch here.

Kyla on Global News: B.C.’s distracted driving law could be adjusted after another ticket tossed out by court


The latest distracted driving ticket to get tossed out by a B.C. judge could lead to adjustments to the law itself, the province’s public safety minister says.

In the meantime, Kyla Lee, a defence lawyer who specializes in traffic cases, says the new ruling sets a precedent that can be cited in future cases.

“Anybody who’s received a ticket for having their phone in their lap should be looking at disputing that ticket,” she said.

“If you’ve been convicted, you ought to appeal.”

Watch the news story here.

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