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Impaired Update: Maybe there’s good news here?

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30 minutes
Brandon Crawford
James Foord
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
30 minutes
$99.00 plus tax
34th Annual Criminal Law Conference

Panelists Brandon Crawford, and James Foord provide an update on impaired driving law, including substantive legal issues and Charter applications. The panel reviews trial case law from the past year that counsel representing clients charged with impaired driving offences ought to be familiar with, as well as the appellate jurisprudence from the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Canada.


Brandon Crawford

James Foord

After completing an Honours Degree in English and Philosophy from the University of Toronto in 1992, James Foord continued his studies at Queen’s University, where he obtained his Baccalaureate of Laws in 1996. James Foord has practiced criminal law since his call to the Ontario Bar in 1998. James Foord is a certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Criminal Law. His practice is focussed primarily on criminal trial and appellate advocacy; however James also represents individuals who are charged with regulatory offences and represents professionals before their disciplinary tribunals. James frequently represents individuals on appeal, both from conviction and sentence. James Foord has taught Trial Advocacy at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, and regularly presents at Continuing Legal Education programs. James is a past President of the Defence Counsel Association of Ottawa and a former Trustee of the County of Carleton Law Association.

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