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We have been in full operation since the pandemic started. We are meeting clients virtually and appearing in court via zoom. We follow all safety protocols. Although the courts have slowed down, the wheels of justice continue to turn. If you are facing any criminal charges don’t hesitate to contact us by email […]
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Modelers Were ‘Astronomically Wrong’ in COVID-19 Predictions, Says Leading Epidemiologist—and the World Is Paying the Price
Ioannidis said medical data suggest the fatality risk is far lower than earlier estimates had led policymakers to believe and “is almost 0%” for individuals under 45 years old. The median fatality rate is roughly 0.25 percent, however, because the […]
Article by Ace Abbey
Being accused or charged with a criminal offense can be one of the most devastating times in your life. This is especially true when you know you are not guilty but not knowledgeable enough of legal procedure to do anything about it. It gets even worse when the lawyer you choose is […]
Comment by Michael Spratt:
Ontario Crowns are seeking an injunction so they don’t have to attend court because of unsafe COVID conditions. Part of the complaint, they don’t get free masks. These are the same crowns who argue that jails are safe enough (note, inmates are not provided masks). Unbelievable
Covid-19 has provided a challenge for all of us. We are continuing to provide consultations by telephone and Zoom. The Courts are scheduled to reopen on July 6, 2020 in a limited capacity and things will be very different. Please contact our office if you have any questions or concerns.
There’s been a big change in the Impaired Driving laws recently that include the use of cannabis. Give us a call if you have any questions or comments about the new legislation and we’ll provide a free consultation.
You can reach us at 416-399-1018.
I’ll be participating in the Ride To Conquer Cancer on June 8 and 9 for the 5th straight year. The ride starts in Toronto and concludes in Niagara Falls. A total of 220 km over a two day period. Help me raise funds by clicking on the link below and making a donation. […]
Legal fees will vary depending on several factors including the complexity of the case and your lawyer’s level of experience. Some lawyers charge by the hour and will bill you at a rate of $100 to $500 an hour, again depending on the number of years of experience and their area of expertise. Some […]
The penalties for texting and driving are about to get more real.
The Ontario government is introducing a new mandatory three-day driver’s licence suspension on a first conviction for distracted driving as of Jan. 1.
And the new minimum fine for a first offence of distracted driving is rising to $615 if settled out of court, up […]
Cannabis store sales total $43M in first two weeks after legalization
By The Canadian Press
Fri., Dec. 21, 2018
OTTAWA—Statistics Canada says sales at cannabis stores in the two weeks after legalization totalled $43 million.
The agency started collecting data for in-store and online sales from cannabis retailers as of Oct. 17, when fresh or dried bud, oil, plants […]