Category: Criminal Law

Bryan Fitzpatrick interviewed by Global News on spitting and coughing and the definition of assault in the time of COVID-19.
One of the more difficult issues in contractual disputes is sorting out what rights and obligations continue to exist when a party to a contract breaches the terms of the
In Bates v. British Columbia (Superintendent of Motor Vehicles), we recently succeeded in having the decision of an adjudicator, confirming an immediate roadside driving prohibition, set aside.
Recently the Canadian Government passed Bill C-46, which on its face appears to substantially change the legal landscape concerning impaired driving in Canada.
The Supreme Court of Canada recently released a new decision that defines the timeline for criminal trials in Canada.
Canada’s homicide rates increased by 15% in 2015.
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