This week on the Driving Law podcast, I speak with Camille Labchuk of Animal Justice about changes to the animal transportation laws in Canada. As you recall from the last time Camille appeared on the podcast, there were changes afoot. She describes whether the changes that have been made were good, bad, or went far enough.
Then, I speak with Paul Doroshenko of Acumen Law about a woman who was issued an Immediate Roadside Prohibition for refusal, despite the fact that she has a medical condition that kept her from blowing into the breathalyzer. We then talk about a disturbing change to the evidence in the Immediate Roadside Prohibition cases that makes the ability to even know what the evidence is supposed to be more difficult.
I'm also pleased to announce that the Driving Law podcast is now part of the Cannabis Media Collective!
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Vancouver Criminal Lawyer with a focus on impaired driving, cannabis legalization and related issues, and immediate roadside prohibition defence.