Keeping to yesterday’s theme on Criminal Law and Impaired Driving resources, the SCC recently released a couple of decisions on driving under the influence.
From Supreme Advocacy Issue #61’s “Supreme One-Liners”:
R. v. Gubbins, 2018 SCC 44 (37395) (37403)
Maintenance records of breathalyzers subject to third party disclosure regime.
R. v. Awashish, 2018 SCC 45 (37207)
Certiorari an extraordinary remedy, available only in narrow circumstances.
The full summary from Supreme Advocacy is available here. You can sign up for a free subscription to Supreme Advocacy here.
Two new titles have been added to our collection:
Related Titles in the Library:
- Watt’s Criminal Law and Evidence Newsletter
- Alan D. Gold’s Criminal Law NetLetter
- Impaired Driving NetLetter
- Segal’s Motor Vehicle and Impaired Driving Newsletter
- Police Powers Newsletter
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