A new breathalyzer manual
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by Acumen Law
4d ago
The Superintendent of Motor Vehicles has published a new breathalyzer manual for the Alco-Sensor FST Approved Screening Device, i.e., the roadside breath tester used in British Columbia. This is the 5th version of the manual since this model of ASD was brought into service in January 2015.  The lack of certain changes will come as … A new breathalyzer manual Continue Reading » The post A new breathalyzer manual appeared first on Vancouver Criminal Lawyers ..read more
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How do you feel about your rights?
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by Nicole Cozzi
4d ago
It’s sometimes hard to believe that in a free and democratic society with a Charter of Rights that the police can detain you and interrogate you just because. The courts in Canada allow the police to pull you over without even a hint of having committed an offence. People are stopped on the street, detained … How do you feel about your rights? Continue Reading » The post How do you feel about your rights? appeared first on Vancouver Criminal Lawyers ..read more
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What are the punishments in BC for domestic violence?
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by Nicole Cozzi
6d ago
When clients call us to ask what the punishments are in BC for domestic violence, it’s difficult to give an exact answer. The term “domestic violence” encompasses numerous offences a person could be charged with. Being convicted of a domestic violence offence in British Columbia carries a wide range of punishments. These punishments will all … What are the punishments in BC for domestic violence? Continue Reading » The post What are the punishments in BC for domestic violence? appeared first on Vancouver Criminal Lawyers ..read more
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Motive to Fabricate: Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t!
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by Acumen Law
1w ago
Welcome to Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t! This week, lawyer Kyla Lee discusses motives to fabricate… Acumen Law Corporation lawyer Kyla Lee gives her take on a made-in-Canada court case each week and discusses why these cases should have been heard by Canada’s highest court: the Supreme … Motive to Fabricate: Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t! Continue Reading » The post Motive to Fabricate: Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t! appeared first on Vancouver Criminal Lawyers ..read more
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Kyla Lee on Global News: B.C. councillor proposes tying traffic fines to offenders’ incomes
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by Acumen Law
1w ago
A B.C. councillor is proposing a new way for cities to assess traffic fines. Saanich councillor Teale Phelps Bondaroff is proposing that fines should be based on how much money a person makes rather than just a flat rate. “So if you fail to yield for a pedestrian, you get a $121 ticket,” Bondaroff told Focus … Kyla Lee on Global News: B.C. councillor proposes tying traffic fines to offenders’ incomes Continue Reading » The post Kyla Lee on Global News: B.C. councillor proposes tying traffic fines to offenders’ incomes appeared first on Vancouver Criminal Lawyers ..read more
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Kyla on Global News: ‘Justifiable infringement’: Lawyer weighs in on City of Kelowna attempt to stop freedom rallies
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by Acumen Law
1w ago
So-called freedom rallies have been an almost weekly occurrence at Kelowna’s Stuart Park since the onset of the pandemic with public health restrictions,  including vaccine mandates, at the forefront. While the protest size has dwindled, the rallies continue without any permits from the city – a permit is required for any event being held in a public space. … Kyla on Global News: ‘Justifiable infringement’: Lawyer weighs in on City of Kelowna attempt to stop freedom rallies Continue Reading » The post Kyla on Global News: ‘Justifiable infringement’: Lawyer weighs in on City ..read more
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Kyla Lee on “Kyla’s Court” with Mo Amir: Who polices the police?
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by Acumen Law
1w ago
This is VANCOLOUR host Mo Amir sits down with Acumen Law Corp’s Kyla Lee to discuss what British Columbians can do if they feel harassed or unfairly treated by police. “If the police are repeatedly pulling somebody over without any grounds to do so, handcuffing them and not stopping, it is police harassment. The question … Kyla Lee on “Kyla’s Court” with Mo Amir: Who polices the police? Continue Reading » The post Kyla Lee on “Kyla’s Court” with Mo Amir: Who polices the police? appeared first on Vancouver Criminal Lawyers ..read more
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Kyla Lee On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko – Soapbox Social: alcohol limits
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by Acumen Law
1w ago
Kyla Lee and Mo Amir debate health warning on alcohol and changes at BC Ferries. “Nicolas Jimenez, the ICBC executive in charge of putting out the ”so-called financial dumpster fire’ at ICBC – he was appointed to president and Chief Executive of BC Ferries.” “It’s not working and it’s not working for British Columbians. So, … Kyla Lee On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko – Soapbox Social: alcohol limits Continue Reading » The post Kyla Lee On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko – Soapbox Social: alcohol limits appeared first on Vancouver Criminal Lawyers ..read more
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Kyla Lee in Vancouver is Awesome: ‘Incredibly dangerous’: Vancouver lawyer sounds alarm on AI use in court
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by Acumen Law
2w ago
Software like ChatGPT, a bot by OpenAI, has the capacity to answer questions and craft entire essays based on parameters and instructions fed to it by the user. One journalist used it to write an article about the stock market. Its potential to aid in previously human-led jobs has some people concerned about the future. Vancouver lawyer Kyla … Kyla Lee in Vancouver is Awesome: ‘Incredibly dangerous’: Vancouver lawyer sounds alarm on AI use in court Continue Reading » The post Kyla Lee in Vancouver is Awesome: ‘Incredibly dangerous’: Vancouver lawyer sounds alarm on AI use in cou ..read more
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Kyla Lee on the Jill Bennett Show: BC Healthcare, High food prices, & Female-run restaurants!
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by Acumen Law
2w ago
The BCCA just found that a person who throws their backpack off while running from police abandons it and forfeits any privacy interest in the backpack and its contents, such that police have the right to search it. “If you have to lose or drop or throw away any belongings while you are running from … Kyla Lee on the Jill Bennett Show: BC Healthcare, High food prices, & Female-run restaurants! Continue Reading » The post Kyla Lee on the Jill Bennett Show: BC Healthcare, High food prices, & Female-run restaurants! appeared first on Vancouver Criminal Lawyers ..read more
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