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A Toronto justice of the peace who threw out 68 charges en masse because the prosecutor was late by less than two minutes is now the subject of a formal conduct hearing for impatience and a dismissive, arrogant attitude. Justice of the Peace Alfred
AT Prince Edward Island motorists with multiple drunk-driving convictions could soon have to get coded licence plates telling police they are repeat offenders, if they want to keep driving without needing mini breathalyzers to start their vehicles.
The penalty for breaking the law varies according to the severity of the offence. In Summary Do the penalties tally with your personal judgement of what is minor and what is serious? For example, do you go along with the distinctions between 99 kph
That was when he decided to offer a guarantee against the gadget popularly referred to by the brand name Alcoblow: employing five young men to drive his drunk customers home at a fee of Sh500. In Summary High Court judge Isaac Lenaola directed that
The Globe and Mail In Pictures Skoda Yeti AP In Pictures A student texts while driving on a machine that simulates distracted driving...Lawyers argue police are knowingly bending the law to protect revenue generating speed traps...This is not a
Toronto police issued significantly fewer charges under the Highway Traffic Act in 2013 than they did in each of the five previous years, according to data obtained by the Star from the Ministry of the Attorney General. Statistics show there were 31
National Transport and Safety Authority chairman, Mr Lee Kinyanjui has said transportation of hazardous chemicals or petroleum products posed a great danger to transporters and other road users. To avert possible accidents the drivers must undergo
In his letter, Mr Mutua implicates traffic police officers in corruption, which is blamed for compromising safety on the roads. advertisement The Law Society of Kenya has given Traffic Commandant Samuel Kimaru 30 days to explain why proceedings to
T he failure of a policeman to acknowledge a section of the Road Traffic Act resulted in a woman being freed when she appeared in the Spanish Town Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday. The woman is a sales executive of Spanish Town, St Catherine.
Foster-Pusey said the ruling by Justice David Batts in June did not resolve the issue because it was made in a case of assault and "not a case concerning stop and search". The solicitor general's comments came as she sought to explain her legal