by Cedric Hughes, Barrister & Solicitor with regular weekly contributions from Leslie McGuffin, LL.B.   

Tomorrowland Today

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Walt Disney struggled with Tomorrowland. He worried that “right when we do Tomorrowland, it will be out dated” while striving to offer “an opportunity to participate in adventures that are a living blueprint of our future.”

First the Breathalyzer Now the Textalyzer

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Safety experts suspect that drivers ignoring the relatively new laws concerning cell phone usage have caused the recent dramatic reversal in what was a steady downward trend in US road fatalities.  Confirmation, however, is proving difficult.  In any fatal crash, the investigation of phone usage and data, and qualification of it for evidentiary purposes often involves obtaining the driver’s consent and a warrant.

More Police Power in Dealing with Suspected Drunk Drivers

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On May 11, 2017, Canada’s Minister of Justice tabled a ‘Charter Statement’ in the House of Commons equating demanding a breath sample from a motorist with asking for their licence and registration and, hence, permissible under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

An Electric Car as a Basic Human Right?

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California is the most populous American state and, were it wholly independent, the sixth largest economy in the world. Wikipedia describes it as “a global trendsetter … the origin of the film industry, the hippie counterculture, the Internet and the personal computer, among others.” It is the bluest of Democrat states, a leader in setting and advancing novel government programs funded by uniquely Californian taxation methods. Perhaps surprisingly, California ranks low in state comparisons of cars per capita— ‘surprisingly’ because its largest cities are choked by traffic congestion.

The New French Tradition of Burning Cars

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Matters of public safety are generally considered newsworthy and no place is more indisputably ‘public’ than roads and highways. But, sometimes, media exposure of occurrences on roads and highways may serve only to exacerbate a problem. Minimizing ‘copy-cat-ism’ may call for suppressing the story.


Cedric Hughes

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