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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…


#TalkJustice 2.0

A Nova Scotian community engagement project is asking residents to share their stories about their interactions with the legal system. From fighting parking tickets and criminal charges to hiring a lawyer and preparing a will, the…


La liberté de pensée, de conscience et de religion, réalité ou illusion ?

Article9 de la convention européenne sur les droits de l’homme. “1.  Toute personne a droit à la liberté de pensée, de conscience et de religion ; ce droit implique la liberté de changer de religion ou…