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  • Marijuana Breathalyzers When Justin Trudeau was elected Prime Minister, Canadians were anxious to see how he would deliver on his promises in regards to marijuana legalization. The current Liberal government has promised that they “will remove marijuana consumption and incidental possession from the Criminal Code and create new, stronger laws to punish more severely those […]

  • When are Police Allowed to Search My Home? You have the right as a citizen to the control and enjoyment of your own property, including the right to determine who can or cannot be permitted to enter it. The Canadian Criminal Code dictates that, without a warrant to search your home, a police officer must […]

  • When Canadian laws are written they are ideally enacted to protect those that need protection and to prosecute those deemed responsible of offensive actions. But  laws aren’t always perfect. Recently, RH Law achieved a significant victory in a case centered around the Civil Remedies Act. This law allows the government to seize property so long […]

  • On Tuesday August 4th 2015 gunshots were heard by patrons outside of the Muzik Nightclub Venue around 3:20am. The incident resulted in the death of two people. One of them, Ariela Navarro Fenoy, a bystander, was struck by a stray bullet intended for Duvel Hibbert (also deceased). The tragic circumstances have stirred controversy for Taxi […]

  • Uber Toronto has been heating up debates among city councilors about creating a bylaw that will oversee the operations of the popular app. Simultaneously Uber has sparked protests and created resentment among Toronto’s taxi drivers who’s livelihoods have been affected. UberX’s reasonable rates, quick service, and dependable drivers make it hard for taxi companies to […]

  • In a June 18th article in the Globe and Mail Mayor John Tory defined the practice of carding Thursday as ‘the arbitrary stopping of people for reasons unrelated to any criminal or lawful investigation, and recording information from those people and storage of that information in a database of innocent people over a long-term basis.’ […]

  • With the current ongoing fraud trial of Senator Mike Duffy, we have seen the consequences these cases can have on a public figure. Duffy has pleaded not guilty to 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust and bribery related to expenses he claimed as a senator. The main expense called into question was Duffy’s controversial […]

  • With three new charges being laid against the former Q star Jian Ghomeshi, it is becoming more difficult to disassociate the CBC star from his sexual assault charges.  On January 8th 2015, the charges against Ghomeshi continued to pile up, reaching seven counts of sexual assault and one count of overcoming resistance by choking. Through […]

  • With the Leafs continuing to slide,  it is important to examine the recent, albeit non-criminal charges laid on the three disgruntled Toronto Maple Leaf fans on January 20th 2015. These men were charged with  a Provincial Offence (or a ticket) for “Engaging in Prohibited Activity”, which resulted in $65 fines as well as a one […]

  • What are the different types of charges and penalties associated with fraud? Fraud charges in Ontario are classified as either fraud under $5000 or fraud over $5000. There is also an offence of attempt fraud for these amounts. The charge itself will depend on the alleged value of money or property that has been defrauded. […]