Incorporating automated recognition software into future self-driving vehicles could be the answer in stopping intoxicated drivers.
Participating in the Ministry of Transportation’s ‘Back on Track’ program can get you back on the roads as little as 90 days after your conviction.
The Partner Assault Response program is recognized by the Ontario court system as being an important form of early intervention and rehabilitation for those involved in a domestic assault situation.
Drug offences are considered serious criminal offences in Canada and attract harsh penalties including imprisonment.
A host of Charter rights are immediately triggered following an arrest. It is helpful for you to be aware of these rights and to understand their significance in your case.
This episode features California's famous cannabis duo, the Pot Brothers at Law, to talk about their work defending and educating US citizens.
If you are facing a potential conviction for impaired driving, then it becomes relevant that you understand how the Ministry of Transportation plays a role in your case
Facing a potential criminal conviction can seriously impact your immigration status to the extent of a possible deportation from Canada.
A record suspension allows people who were convicted of a criminal offence, have completed their sentence and demonstrated that they are law-abiding citizens for a prescribed number of years to have their criminal record removed from the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) database.
New laws were enacted in December of 2018 imposing stricter rules and punishment surrounding drinking and driving offences. This blog will focus on the defence for the offence of operation while impaired under section 320.14 (1) of the Criminal Code.