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Canada - Trial by Judge or Machine? What Will the Supreme Court Decide in R. v. Anic St- Onge Lamoureux?
Man Against Machine: What Will the Supreme Court Decide in R. v. Anic St- Onge Lamoureux? The Supreme Court will shortly be giving its decision in the R. v. Anic St-Onge Lamoureux case, which is a case about the constitutionality of certain provisions in the Criminal Code with respect to drunk driving charges. Why should you be interested in a drunk driving case?Read Article
Our Youth Criminal Justice System: A Primer - Canada
The most recent version of the Criminal law that applies to youth in Canada, the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA), took effect in April 2003. Its predecessor was the Young Offenders Act (YOA) which came into force in 1984, and before that we had the Juvenile Delinquents Act (JDA) of 1908. The YCJA is longer and more complex than what came before, and is meant to address the problems found in the previous regimes......Read Article
Drinking and Boating Part 1: Yo Ho Ho and a Conviction for Impaired - Canada
Drink And The Devil Had Done for The Rest Yo Ho Ho And A Bottle of Rum. Boating season is upon is. For some, this is also the start of gin and tonic season. Take note: in Ontario, drinking and boating can cost you your driver's license.Read Article
Can I Be Convicted of Impaired Boating for Lying on My Inflatable Duck in My Pool, Drunk?
The short answer is "no" but you should not do this as your could drown! You could not be convicted of impaired operation of a vessel in these circumstances although you could in slightly different circumstances, so please read on.Read Article