This blog is an extension of my previous post: “Not his fault, but still his fault”. I write it for two reasons:Read More
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This post is to explain the basics of a common dial-a-dope police investigation. Buy-and-bust is a very effective police technique, used to verify the identity of an alleged drug trafficker...Read More
The intention of today’s post is to provide some information to protect you from fraudsters.Read More
I have websites on the Internet. I rely on them to earn a living. Though I consider my websites to be necessary for business, they are secondary to the practice...Read More
Any regular reader of this blog knows that I spend a fair amount of time criticizing the Calgary Police Service and other law enforcement agencies.Read More
The concept of civil liberty means a great deal to me, and not just because I am a Calgary defence lawyer.Read More
Let me start by saying how ridiculous it is that what is apparently the greatest legal crisis facing Calgary today centers around a ride sharing app.Read More
Warning: this is my second post in as many weeks where I profess my agreement with a law enforcement agency.Read More
I promise, when the Calgary Police—and the Calgary powers-that-be who hold the purse strings—finally start doing their jobs in a way that serves the long-term best interests of the Calgary...Read More
The main role of the government, as I see it, is to ensure we have freedom—to make sure that we can live the way we want to live without interference...Read More