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Sent texts and reasonable expectations of privacy in Marakah

December 8th, 2017|0 Comments

Expectations of privacy in sent messages, the Supreme Court of Canada case of R. v. Marakah Whether you’re making dinner plans or maybe sending a “risky text”, our text messages are private. They’re a record [...]

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Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, and dangerous driving causing death or bodily harm under Canadian Criminal law

November 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle and Dangerous Driving Causing Death Under Canadian Criminal Law Earlier this week, lawyers from our law firm represented a young man on charges of dangerous operation of a [...]

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“The police want to interview me. What do I do?”

October 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

"The police want to interview me in a criminal investigation. What should I do?" Many times a month, our lawyers get calls from terrified people telling us that police want to interview them [...]

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Deportation and conditional sentences: the case of Tran vs. Canada

October 19th, 2017|0 Comments

Deportation, appeals, and conditional sentences as "terms of imprisonment" - the case of Tran vs. Canada In 2013, Than Tam Tran, was convicted of producing marijuana contrary to Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. At the [...]

Reasonable expectation of privacy in voyeurism crime in Canada: the case of Jarvis

October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Reasonable expectations of privacy in voyeurism cases under the Canadian Criminal Code: London's case of R. v. Jarvis. The Ontario Court of Appeal released a decision today upholding the acquittal of a London [...]

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Liberty lost: the failings of delegating bail hearings to Justices of the Peace in Ontario

September 8th, 2017|0 Comments

How the delegation of bail hearings to Justices of the Peace has failed, and a judicial recalibration is required. Recently, the the CBC reported  that"Judges will be taking over bail hearings at two [...]

5 things I learned in my first weeks as a criminal defence lawyer

September 8th, 2017|0 Comments

5 things I have learned in my first weeks as a defence lawyer Following my call to the Bar, I traded in my dogeared copy of the Rules of Civil Procedure, turned my [...]

What does “Care and Control” mean in Impaired Driving, Over 80, and DUI cases? 

August 28th, 2017|0 Comments

What does "Care and Control" mean in Impaired Driving, Over 80, and DUI cases? "Drinking and Driving" In Canadian criminal law, there are two distinct offences that constitute what is colloquially [...]