Your attorney will receive a copy of any video the district attorney has for your case.
Cannon Law does not rely upon the state to provide all of the evidence in your case even though the prosecutor is required to provide it. Cannon Law goes further and subpoenas the agency directly for any evidence in your case, and conducts a scene investigation to see if there is any security footage from surrounding businesses that could help your case. Time is of the essence in this regard, as many video recordings can be lost or deleted as time passes. Contact Cannon Law today for a free consultation.
Ontario’s legalization of cannabis will debut government-controlled, online cannabis sales October 17, 2018, with private retail sales set to hit stores on April 1, 2019. The legalization of cannabis brings with it a unique set of ambiguities and problems to the driver who potentially will test positive for Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive compound found in cannabis. With the legalization of cannabis and new regulations in place, we here at Toronto DUI Lawyers want to address the question, is there an inherent risk of criminalizing people who are not actually impaired? Continue reading “Driving under the influence of cannabis”