This week, lawyer Kyla Lee joins Shane Woodford to discuss the approval of the latest drug testing device for cannabis: the Abbott SoToxa. Kyla and Shane also talk about the case of a man whose rights were violated during a police traffic stop and the subsequent testing that ensued.
Kyla Lee joined John Daly on Back on the Beat to discuss the 420 Protest at Sunset Beach in Vancouver, and what has happened in the months since cannabis legalization.
Vancouver lawyer Kyla Lee joins the Shane Woodford Show on Radio NL news as a regular guest, discussing a variety of topics related to impaired driving, cannabis legalization, criminal law, and politics. This week, Kyla discusses legislation to eliminate the requirement that cyclists stop at stop signs, a case where drunk driving was excused because of necessity, and our research project involving cannabis impaired driving.
Vancouver criminal lawyer Kyla Lee was interviewed by CityNews Vancouver regarding distracted driving. The case involved a man who had two earbuds in, but the cell phone had a dead battery. Even though the battery was dead, he got a ticket for distracted driving. Listen to my explanation of the case in the interview in the video above.
Kyla Lee appeared on the Shane Woodford Show on RadioNL News this morning to discuss how kombucha can make you fail a breathalyzer. Then, she discusses a recent BC Provincial Court case related to distracted driving, and how even with a dead battery your phone can still be considered an electronic device and make you liable to receive a ticket.
Today, Vancouver driving lawyer Kyla Lee spoke with Simi Sara about a recent BC Provincial Court ruling regarding distracted driving. This case involved a driver who had a loose phone, with a dead battery, in the console of the vehicle. However, the driver had two earbuds connected to the phone, which were in his ears. Kyla Lee describes the case and why it is an important case regarding distracted driving rules in British Columbia.
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.