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SAANICH (NEWS 1130) – It’s another case of someone getting a pricey ticket for having a cell-phone in their car’s cup-holder. A man ..read more
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As we near the one year anniversary of the legalization of marijuana the first year of transition was a rocky start for government- ..read more
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Our adventures in science continue in Can You Fail It. This time, we will be seeing if you can fail a breathalyzer with apple juice. We ..read more
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Welcome to Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t! This week, lawyer Kyla Lee discusses prior ..read more
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VANCOUVER—Vancouver police have apologized and cancelled a distracted driving ticket issued to a driver who was fined for having a ..read more
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VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – If your phone is simply charging in the cup holder of your car, do you deserve a ticket and $368 fine for ..read more
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Morgan and Brad speak with Paul Doroshenko, Criminal defense lawyer regarding a man who is being sued by one of the suspected thieves who ..read more
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A common misconception many people have is that if they blew over the limit, they’re guilty. Thinking that way is simply wrong. There ..read more
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Welcome to Cases That Should Have Gone to the Supreme Court of Canada, But Didn’t! This week, lawyer Kyla Lee discusses the permits and ..read more
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On Friday September 27, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada released a decision interpreting the provisions of the Canada Evidence Act that ..read more

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