Charter Issues Arising From Impaired Driving Cases - A Practitioner's Guide
This highly anticipated book was written by Justice Joseph Kenkel at the request of readers of his first book on drinking and driving, Impaired Driving in Canada (2009). This book focuses on Canadian Charter of Rights issues that so often become the focus of impaired driving cases. Concise and well-organized, this text provides quick access to the exact legal issue and fact situation applicable to one's case.
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The Honourable Mr. Justice Joseph F. Kenkel is a graduate of Queen’s University and Osgoode Hall Law School. Before his appointment to the Ontario Court of Justice in 2000, he practised criminal law in Toronto and was the Treasurer of the Criminal Lawyer’s Association. Justice Kenkel is a member of the Chief Justice’s Technology Committee, which manages technology issues for the Ontario Court of Justice, the Superior Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal. He has been a regular speaker at conferences and universities on a range of topics including drinking and driving offences, court technology and scientific evidence. Justice Kenkel presents the annual impaired driving lecture at the National Judge’s Program in Bromont, Quebec, and chairs a panel at the impaired driving seminar held by the Law Society of Upper Canada. He has written four books, Impaired Driving in Canada, Impaired Driving in Canada – The Charter Cases, the Criminal Lawyers’ Trial Book (1995-present), and Small Claims and Simplified Procedure Litigation, 4th Edition, all published by LexisNexis Canada. Justice Kenkel has also contributed to Ontario Courtroom Procedure, edited by The Honourable Madam Justice Michelle Fuerst and published by LexisNexis Canada, DNA – A Practical Guide, and Bar Admission materials published by the Law Society of Upper Canada. Justice Kenkel presides in Newmarket, Ontario in the Central East Region hearing criminal matters.
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