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In an unfortunate turn of events, Mr. M and three other vehicles ended up in a collision, and Mr. M was charged with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm.
Mr. G and Ms. L collided while driving on a residential street. The interaction between the two became heated, and involved them driving side-by-side, shouting at one another from their own cars, and Ms. L alleges Mr. G was tailgating for some time. After the collision Ms. L claims that Mr. G sped off.
Dangerous Driving · Acquittal · Edmund Chan · Ottawa · Traffic Tickets, Provincial Offences & Tribunals
Following a rather serious accident, an individual was charged with criminal negligence causing bodily harm. What was their intent?
On a frigid January night, just before midnight, an officer in an unmarked car saw two snowmobiles, one on the shoulder of the road and one on its side in the ditch. As he approached, the driver of the downed snowmobile was able to right his machine and drive it to the shoulder. The other snowmobiler waved the officer on, not aware of who he was.
Following a mishap regarding our client being advised to take an incorrect dosage of Ativan, the Durham Regional Police Service stopped Mr. B's vehicle as a result of erratic driving but, fortunately, before any accidents had occurred. Mr. B had no recollection of entering his vehicle or being caution by the police to pull his vehicle over.