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Kyla Lee on Global News at 6: Darryl Plecas Report and the BCLeg Scandal

Kyla Lee spoke with Richard Zussman of Global News for the News Hour at 6 about the second report in the BC Legislature spending scandal, and whether or not this new report may impede the prosecution. The nature of the report, and in particular its tone, lack the relevant objectivity to make Plecas come off as a credible witness, Kyla Lee explains in the story.

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Early Data Suggests No Spike in Pot-Impaired Driving after Legalization: Police

VANCOUVER — Canadian police have not seen a spike in cannabis-impaired driving one month since legalization, but there needs to be more awareness of laws around storing marijuana in vehicles and passengers smoking weed, law enforcement officials say.
The Canadian Press canvassed police forces and provincial and territorial Crowns across the country and while some said it was too early to provide data, others said initial numbers and anecdotal impressions suggest stoned driving isn’t on the rise.

Kyla Lee, a Vancouver-based lawyer who wants to file a court challenge of the Drager test once it’s used on a driver who wishes to dispute it, said she hadn’t heard of it being used anywhere yet.
“I was worried when the law changed … that this sort of panic around cannabis-impaired driving was going to lead to a number of false arrests and bad investigations. That’s not what I’ve been seeing,” she said.
To read the full article, click here.

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Kyla Lee on News 1130 Radio

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