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When Law Enforcement Take from your Vehicle

  • July 4, 2019
Well at this point you've been charged, so the concern is that whatever they took is going to be used against you to substantiate the charge, and in this case the overwhelming likelihood is they didn't have a warrant, and if they didn't have a warrant, then it's, on its face, unreasonable.
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Why a License Gets Suspended

  • June 27, 2019
The most common way that a license is suspended is for a non-payment of fine, for example an individual has been convicted of a previous traffic ticket and was given a period of time to pay the fine but has a momentary lapse in judgment and forgets.
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Testing Involved When A Police Officer Suspects Driving While Impaired By Drugs

  • May 7, 2019
The drug recognition expert protocol, or DRE, is a standardized and systematic method of examining if a suspect is driving under the influence of drugs.When a police officer suspects that a person is impaired by drugs he or she will conduct a series of standardized field sobriety tests to determine if there are probable grounds to conduct further testing.
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Who to Trust When Facing a DUI Charge

  • July 6, 2018
In this episode, Toronto criminal lawyer Justin Marchand explains the importance of trusting your retained criminal defence lawyer with the information and specifics about your case.
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Choosing A Criminal Lawyer

  • July 5, 2018
Kingston criminal defence lawyer explains what you should look for in the criminal lawyer you are interested in retained to defend your rights and interests. Different lawyers have different styles and it is important to find the right lawyer that is just right for you.
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Lawyer Confidentiality

  • June 11, 2018
Kingston criminal lawyer 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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