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Ontario man failed to admit his guilt under oath, represented himself and won the case anyway

A Toronto accountant named Lindsey Morillo made headlines recently when he represented himself in court and won a battle over a 107 km/ph speeding ticket. What made Morillo’s case complicated, and got the attention of the media was that the defendant refused to plead guilty, he was inconsistent, and he made newer claims in the …

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A driver who signed the excluded driver insurance policy sues for damages

In one of the most unique legal cases in Ontario, a driver who signed a family insurance policy that excluded the driver has sued for loss and damages. Jonathon Trudeau and his wife signed the OPCF 28A excluded driver endorsement when his wife bought an insurance policy from Wawanesa Insurance. Due to Trudeau’s driving record, …

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Toronto Vehicle Noise Curbing Campaign and Increasing Speeding Tickets

Loud noises from cars and motorcycles are more than a nuisance. It is potentially harmful to the ears and the overall health. Toronto, in its entirety, is serious about cubing this problem. It is evident from the fact that Mayor John Tory, along with the police, announced the campaign in tony Yorkville neighbourhood in July. …

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