Retired Supreme Court of Canada Judge Reminds Us Public Opinion Rules
An interesting talk by a recently retired Supreme Court of Canada justice. He raises many…
YAY. One for the little guy. Persistence and…. doing it without a lawyer.
NOTE: he was convicted at Provincial Court, appealed and WON at the Supreme Court of B.C.
NOTE: he was convicted of “obstruction” NOT jaywalking (refused to give his “residential” address).
NOTE: he was convicted with a lawyer representing him in Provincial Court and he WON all by himself without a lawyer at the Supreme Court of B.C..
NOTE: convicting him took 2 trial days, not mention numerous pre-trial hears I’m sure.
NOTE: he had previously won a case against the West Vancouver Police and awarded