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Driving law drives the law. Our legal system is shaped and developed by what happens when we are in our cars. Acumen Law Corporation lawyer Kyla Lee discusses with guests all things related to the rules of the road and how it is constantly changing the legal landscape.

Driving Law Driving Law

    • Business
    • 4.8 • 17 Ratings

Driving law drives the law. Our legal system is shaped and developed by what happens when we are in our cars. Acumen Law Corporation lawyer Kyla Lee discusses with guests all things related to the rules of the road and how it is constantly changing the legal landscape.

    Episode 215: Talk to a Lawyer, Not Your Parents and the Fairness of Law

    Episode 215: Talk to a Lawyer, Not Your Parents and the Fairness of Law

    For the first podcast of the summer, Kyla and Paul kick off the season with reasons why you should talk to a lawyer after a crime. They discuss the importance of the right of silence and the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta decision on mandatory testing. Thanks to Peter Sankoff (https://www.petersankoff.com/) for the Ontario Court of Appeal case information.

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    www.vancouvercriminallaw.com

    • 40 min
    Episode 214: Pastafarians and the Cost of Existing in Vancouver

    Episode 214: Pastafarians and the Cost of Existing in Vancouver

    On this episode of Driving Law, Kyla and Paul debate over the legitimacy of the Pastafarians and their request for religious accommodation in driver's license photos. They also question how city hall spends our money.

    Follow Kyla Lee on Twitter:
    twitter.com/IRPlawyer

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    www.vancouvercriminallaw.com

    • 34 min
    Episode 213: Necessity of Constitutional Challenges and Indigenous Justice

    Episode 213: Necessity of Constitutional Challenges and Indigenous Justice

    In this episode Kyla and Paul reaffirm the need for constitutional challenges. They also take on different view points on the hit and run incident during a memorial march at St. Mary's Indian Residential School.

    Follow Kyla Lee on Twitter:
    twitter.com/IRPlawyer

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    www.vancouvercriminallaw.com

    • 38 min
    Episode 212: 3 Judicial Reviews and a Wave of Change

    Episode 212: 3 Judicial Reviews and a Wave of Change

    For Episode 212, Kyla and Paul dissect 3 BC Supreme Court decisions for IRPs. They look at how the judges arrived at their conclusions and the impact it has had on the justice system. They also highlight how the Supreme Court is reacting to the adjudicators interpretation of evidence.

    Follow Kyla Lee on Twitter:
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    www.vancouvercriminallaw.com

    • 47 min
    Episode 211: Jordan Presumptive Ceilings and Traffic Court

    Episode 211: Jordan Presumptive Ceilings and Traffic Court

    On this week's episode, Kyla and Paul look at what is considered reasonable for a traffic court case. They explain how the Jordan decision affected a ruling for that case and the subsequent appeal of it.

    Follow Kyla Lee on Twitter:
    twitter.com/IRPlawyer

    Follow Kyla Lee on Instagram:
    instagram.com/kylaleelawyer

    www.vancouvercriminallaw.com

    • 42 min
    Episode 210: Common Sense Inference and 10B rights (Happy Birthday Kyla!)

    Episode 210: Common Sense Inference and 10B rights (Happy Birthday Kyla!)

    Happy Birthday Kyla! On this special edition of the podcast, Kyla and Paul look at how speculative assumptions does not equal common sense inference. They take a larger look at the importance of credibility for all involved in the justice system.

    Follow Kyla Lee on Twitter:
    twitter.com/IRPlawyer

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    www.vancouvercriminallaw.com

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

mettamettamettametta ,

Engaging and relevant

I really appreciate the friendly and competent nature of the hosts, and the easy to understand discussions on the legal landscape of all things pertaining driving, in particular the ones on ICBC. I’m not fond of the intro track though; it’s rather jarring, and annoying to skip over every time. Other than that, awesome show! 😊

Chagger ,

Incredibly informative and accessible

Kyla and occasional co-host Paul are incredibly informed and experienced when it comes to law’s related to driving. They provide information in plain English rather than lawyer-speak. They present all sides of an issue so that the listener is informed and can draw their own conclusion about the issues.

I particularly appreciate that they state their position on the issues (with supporting information). Many podcasts are informative but kinda vanilla when it comes to their position. Not the case here! They are respectful and professional and principled. Love it!

MWardman ,

Very Interesting and Educational

I really enjoy listening to this podcast and I learn something new every time I listen to it. Also, I’m a law student at the U of S so it’s not just the UBC law students listening!

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