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January 8, 2021

Dangerous Driving

Dangerous driving is a criminal offence and can often lead to serious penalties including significant periods of jail and a long-term loss of one’s driver's licence.
September 24, 2020

Stunt Driving in Ontario Over 50km/h | Jason’s Story

According to the Highway Traffic Act, "No person shall drive a motor vehicle on a roadway in a race or contest, while performing a stunt or on a bet or wager."
May 22, 2020

What You Say to Police, What They Hear

We have said it many times before on other blogs, when you are stopped by the police, you should say as little as possible. Give them the information that you are obligated by law, but say no more.
May 1, 2020

They Are Writing Things Down, So Should You

I always recommend, when people call me for a free consultation, that they write down exactly what happened in the greatest possible detail, as close to the time that the incident happened as possible. If that matter goes to trial, that may not be for many months down the road (and even more during this pandemic scare in which the world has basically ground to a halt).
April 21, 2020

Stay In, or At Least Slow Down 

Greetings to all who may read this, and I hope you are coping well. Certainly most people are lucky enough to say they’ve never been through something like this before. So each day we are all making up the rules and then breaking them and making them again. It is easy to imagine some might let their adherence to all rules slide a bit. I say this because we are noticing a bit of a trend developing in the calls and on-line inquiries, we have received from a number of Ontario jurisdictions that we serve.
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April 14, 2020

It Makes No Sense to Race to Toronto

If you’re doing that daily grind, you want to move quickly as possible the very nanosecond you’re out of gridlock. This is a pretty compelling temptation to speed. You may be surprised to learn however that risking a speed over the posted limit (even the unofficial +19 km/h rule) has little to no benefit in regards to reaching your destination faster.
January 3, 2020

Are You Guilty of the Offence of Dangerous Driving? A Look At How the Verdict Is Determined.

Dangerous driving is far more serious than one would think. This offence is actually considered a criminal offence and falls under the auspices of the Criminal Code of Canada as opposed to for example, the Highway Traffic Act which a careless driving offence would fall under.
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