This episode features California's famous cannabis duo, the Pot Brothers at Law, to talk about their work defending and educating US citizens.
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.
This episode discusses Ontario's distracted and impaired driving laws - what's allowed, what's not allowed, what are the common misconceptions.
This episode discusses record pardons, specifically for cannabis charges, and how cannabis legalization is changing the legislation.
Mark Cardy discusses cannabis use and residential landlord/tenant laws with guest Caryma Sa'd, a Toronto lawyer practicing in the areas of criminal law and landlord/tenant law.
This episode discusses what you need to know about Ontario's new Distracted Driving Laws for 2019.
Mark Cardy reviews 2018's past guests on "Legally Speaking" and provides updates on new traffic laws in effect for 2019 in Ontario.
This episode discusses cannabis legalization and the relationship between legal and illegal substance use and pain management.
This episode discusses the impact of cannabis legalization on the family justice system.
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.
Conversation about Canada's recent passage of cannabis legalization and the legal implications this will have on impaired driving, use in the workplace and a variety of other related issues.