The Toronto Star Wed, Aug. 30, 2017Man acquitted in impaired driving case after York Region police let news crew film him
The man’s charter rights were violated, including his right to counsel, a judge ruled. A man was acquitted of a drunk driving charge after a Newmarket judge found his rights were violated when police allowed a TV camera operator to film him giving breath samples and speaking to a lawyer on the phone.
“Justice Rose did an excellent analysis and decided it was in the long-term best interests of justice to exclude the evidence,” said Gautam’s lawyer, Ken Anders. Read More
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Mr. Anders on behalf of the defence does what a defence lawyer does, and he does it well. Mr. Anders in this case, and in many other cases I might say, defends his clients well. He defends his clients with passion. Mr. Anders is, in my view, a smart, qualified defence lawyer who has courage and takes on cases, often very controversial cases. I must say that he discharges his responsibilities and his obligations honestly and as I said, with great passion and with great ability. I thank you for your efforts Mr. Anders.Ontario Court of Justice Judge
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