Vancouver criminal lawyer Kyla Lee appeared on The Shift with Drex last night to speak with Drex about a recent BC Supreme Court case that clarified the law on distracted driving, and how this legal decision may have implications for distracted driving cases across Canada.
This morning Vancouver criminal lawyer Kyla Lee appeared on The Early Edition on CBC, to speak about her recent successful BC Supreme Court case, in which she argued that a cell phone loose in a vehicle or on a seat is not sufficient to count as distracted driving. The Crown and the judge both agreed and the conviction was overturned and the driver found not guilty of using an electronic device while driving.
While cell phone use while driving and distracted driving is a big social problem, the law needs to be enforced properly and according to how it is written. You can hear more at the link above.
Kyla Lee appeared on BC Today with host Angela Sterritt to speak about a recent BC Supreme Court case on distracted driving. In the interview, Kyla discusses how having a cell phone loose in the vehicle, for example in the cupholder or on the passenger seat, is not an offence and cannot result in a valid distracted driving conviction. Have a listen at the link above.
Vancouver lawyer Kyla Lee spoke with Shane Woodford on the Woodford Show on RadioNL News this morning, to talk about changes to BC's Civil Forfeiture laws and how they are going to affect innocent drivers. You can listen to the full interview above!
This week Vancouver Criminal Lawyer Kyla Lee was interviewed by CTV Mornings Live about the Meng Wanzhou arrest and civil suit against the CBSA and RCMP. You can watch her interview through her Instagram account here, or by going to the CTV News Network Facebook page!
Vancouver criminal lawyer Kyla Lee speaks with Drex on The Shift with Drex about Canada's new legislation to introduce pardons at no cost, and with no waiting period, for simple cannabis possession convictions. But do they go far enough? Kyla argues for the reasons why expungement is more appropriate than a pardon, and a better way to correct the historical wrongs associated with cannabis convictions in Canada.
Kyla Lee - Vancouver Criminal Lawyer
Vancouver Criminal Lawyer Kyla Lee is available to give interviews on all variety of criminal law topics, including drunk driving rulings and Immediate Roadside Prohibition legislation. Kyla Lee has appeared on Global BC, CBC, in the Vancouver Sun, and other media throughout BC. She is a leader in developments in drinking and driving law in British Columbia.