Monthly Archives: May 2018

B.C. Waiting for Approval on Higher Premiums for Bad Drivers

By |May 31st, 2018|Blogs|

This past March, British Columbians were asked by the provincial government to provide feedback on whether or not bad drivers should pay more for their Insurance Corporation of British Columbia [...]

How Canadian Marijuana Legalization Will Impact Crossing the U.S. Border                         

By |May 31st, 2018|Drug Offences|

With the Cannabis Act set to pass in the summer of 2018, there are implications for Canadians looking to cross the U.S. border. With the new legislation, Canadian adults will [...]

Sexual Assault: The Breaching of a Tenant’s Trust

By |May 28th, 2018|Sex Crimes|

This past March, Jorge Alim Vega Ramirez was sentenced to two years less a day in jail for sexually assaulting one of his female tenants, an ESL student from Japan, [...]

B.C. Supreme Court Overturns Mandatory Minimum Sentence in Sexual Interference Case

By |May 28th, 2018|Blogs, Sex Crimes|

Mandatory minimums were created to provide an automatic punishment for certain crimes, including drug trafficking, child exploitation, and sex crimes. But crimes are not committed in rigid situations. A court [...]