This episode discusses the drug-driving laws ahead of cannabis legalization in Canada later this month.
Employment lawyer, Stuart Rudner joins Phil Stiles to discuss cannabis legalization and it's potential repercussions in the workplace on this month's Aitken Robertson PC "Legally Speaking" program.
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.
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.
Kingston criminal defence lawyer explains what it is like to be busy and his focus on handling a busy Kingston, Ontario criminal practice.
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.
If an officer suspects you were driving under the influence, at the roadside they can ask you to blow into a machine or ask you to perform a series of coordination tests that you must comply with. Failing these tests could warrant further testing at the police station.
DUI charges require professional legal advice. If you're in the driver's seat you need the Aitken Robertson Advantage
We've all heard of the 19th hole when playing a round of golf. Drinking during the game, and afterwards in the clubhouse could lead to a DUI.
Who doesn't enjoy a great game of hockey in Canada? However, is it safe to drink after the game?