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Care Or Control Of Vehicle When Impaired

Care or Control

  • June 15, 2018
You could be arrested for drunk driving if you are merely sitting in a parked vehicle.Yes, you can be charged even though you were not driving and maybe had no intention of driving, for example if you were in your vehicle just “sleeping it off.”
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Criminal Law Breaches Ontario


  • June 12, 2018
In criminal law “breach” is a broad term used to describe a situation where a person was under some kind of court or police order to do or not do something, and then went and did or didn’t do that thing.
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Lawyer Confidentiality

  • June 11, 2018
Kingston criminal lawyer Jordan Tekenos-Levy explains the importance of lawyer confidentiality, and lawyer-client privilege. Quite often, our clients leave out tiny bits of information that they themselves deem as being irrelevant or unimportant.
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Failure To Provide Breath Sample

Do I have to comply with a roadside breath demand?

  • June 8, 2018
If you are stopped by the police, there are several reasons why you might think you should refuse a roadside breath test. For example, you might have had nothing to drink and be offended that the officer is making the demand at all. Maybe you only had one or two drinks and do not think you are impaired. On the other hand, perhaps you know you are impaired and do not want to further incriminate yourself.
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Criminal Law Process

What to Expect From Charge to First Appearance

  • June 5, 2018

Criminal Law In Peterborough Being charged with a criminal offence can be a daunting experience for anyone, not many people look forward to the experience of a courtroom, but understanding the process and the steps that are taken can alleviate…

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New Challenges for DUI Defence Lawyers

  • May 4, 2018

Regina v Jennings: A Decision by Ontario’s Highest Court Presents New Challenges for DUI Defence Lawyers Recently, in R. v. Jennings, 2018 ONCA 260, the Ontario Court of Appeal made it more difficult to exclude evidence in DUI cases where…

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