When Should I Plead Guilty?

  • May 26, 2017

  At what point is this a consideration? "When should I plead guilty?" is a common question asked by many clients.  This is an incredibly important question that you should obtain advice from a lawyer before you proceed with a…

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Toronto Police Have a New Weapon

  • May 19, 2017

Toronto Police Have a New Weapon to Help Them in Investigations and it is Not What You Would Expect Dandy is by all accounts an adorable, two year old, yellow, Labrador retriever. She is also a highly trained member of…

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Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act

  • May 12, 2017

Overdue Federal Law to Help Combat Overdoses from Worsening Opioid Crisis Introduction Canada is in the midst of a worsening opioid crisis. This is evidenced by the joint statement released in the fall by the Federal Minister of Health, Jane…

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Ontario Analysis of MADD Report

  • December 20, 2016

In their 2016 Report to the Nation, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) rated states using a five star rating system to assess their laws to prevent drinking and driving.  While the exact measurement and weighting criteria were not provided, the…

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When Does An Arraignment Take Place?

When Does an Arraignment Take Place?

  • October 11, 2016

An arraignment is the formal reading of the charge(s) an individual is facing before the courts - stated officially in open court and on the record. Many people who are facing criminal charges think that they are arraigned on their…

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Failing To Stop For A Red Light Vs. A Stop Sign

Failing to Stop for a Red Light vs. a Stop Sign

  • October 5, 2016

Is there really a difference between a red light and a stop sign? In Ontario, two of the more prevalent traffic tickets that prospective clients brought through our door during the summer of 2016 involved a driver allegedly failing to…

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