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Lessons Learned in Criminal Law – Slaw

Good advice. Period.
1. Be nice.
2. Invest in your reputation.
3. Stay for coffee.
4. Find mentors, great and small.
5. Prepare prepare prepare
6. Own your mistakes.
7. Just keep learning.
I recently read Adam Dodek’s post for Slaw entitled “Letter to A Future Lawyer” where he provides some great words of advice to those being called to the bar. The piece reminded me of a document that I kept on my laptop during my ar

Source: Lessons Learned in Criminal Law – Slaw


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What the …?? Sessions asks Congress to let him prosecute medical pot shops, patients

AG Jeff Sessions ….”good people don’t smoke marijuana.”……wt …..?
Eliminating medical cannabis would likely push more people toward opioids.

Source: Sessions asks Congress to let him prosecute medical pot shops, patients


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THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA DOUBLED DOWN ON DELAY – R. v. Cody

One can choose to oppose change or one can embrace it. As the Provinces petitioned the SCC for more flexibility and tolerance in determining if a delay is unreasonable in criminal cases the Court reminded them of the present “culture of complacency” and directed them to accept change and comply.

 

Source: R. v. Cody – SCC Cases (Lexum)


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Toronto Police Call Out Weed Dispensaries As Money-Hungry, Criminal Organizations

TPS CONTINUE TO RAID MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES – They leave the door open and complain when someone walks through it. It’s pretty clear that TPS spokesman Mark Pugash is offended by people making money. Makes you wonder if he has a personal investment in a licensed provider corporation?
Only a year to go to legalization…

Source: Toronto Police Call Out Weed Dispensaries As Money-Hungry, Criminal Organizations