“Swatting” is defined as the action or practice of making a prank call to emergency services in an attempt to bring about the dispatch of a large number of armed...Read More
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Occasionally, I run across interesting and amusing lawyer advertisements. One of my favourites is the Pot Brothers tips of the day: “Shut the F*#k up”. Setting aside the comedy, it’s...Read More
The story of Kenrick McRae’s interaction with Montreal Police is reported as “racial profiling”. Though the article is about racial profiling by police, it got me thinking about less obvious...Read More
“Whatever a patron desires to get published is advertising, whatever he wants to keep out of the paper is news”.Read More
The Federal Government has recently further relaxed what was already an exceptionally soft detention/investigation regime governing screening for impaired drivers. No longer are police required to use even a modicum...Read More
Headlining the news over the last couple of days in Canada is the manhunt for 19 year old Kam Mcleod and 18 year old Bryer Schmegelsky. Canada Wide warrants have...Read More
Special Counsel, Robert Mueller, testified today before the House Judiciary Committee. Many people throughout Canada and the United States watched with interest, trying to digest his testimony, with specific reflection...Read More
This MAD TV video is on one of the funniest court skits I have ever seen. As comical as it may be, it helps to illustrate the criteria for judicial...Read More
The judicial appointment process in Canada has deservedly undergone some criticism over the last number of decades.Read More
Interestingly, in a post launched just a day ago: Mark Norman: What of those without the Resources to Defend their case?, I wrote about an imbalance in our criminal justice system.Read More