The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms applies to all government actions, all offences, even mere regulatory offences, as it should be.


 Alan Shanoff wants to slam the brakes on the creaky wheels of Canadian justice. Over at Law Times,  in an article entitled Social Justice: Charter s. 11(b) shouldn’t apply to speeding offences, Shanoff discusses two recent speeding ticket cases that will be heard by the Court of Appeal for Ontario next year:

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