Op-ed / Commentaires


Supreme Court Finds that Police “Drug Recognition Expert” Evidence Does Not Require a Voir Dire Hearing

Background Bingley, the appellant, was observed driving erratically by police. He was apprehended by a police officer who suspected that he was impaired and conducted a roadside screening device test, which Bingley passed. The officer…


Leave to Appeal Granted: Association of justice counsel v Attorney General of Canada

On Thursday, the Supreme Court granted leave to appeal [1] from the Federal Court of Appeal to the Association of Justice Counsel. The Association represents a group of employees who provide legal advice on immigration…

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A Trump Presidency’s Cost to the Courts

Tuesday’s historic elections results have Americans reeling. Many are having to consider the unthinkable: Will the wall actually be built? Is climate change a forgotten imminent threat? What is the future of gun control? Do I still have…