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Expungement of Historically Unjust Convictions Act

Victoria Lawyer Michael Mulligan on CFAX 1070 – Discussing the Expungement of Historically Unjust Convictions Act and the case of Everett George Klippert. Bill C-66, the Expungement of Historically Unjust Convictions Act, was introduced the same day as Prime Minister Trudeau issued an apology to LGBTQ people in the public service, RCMP, and military who were systematically persecuted. […]

Online backlash grows after cat is abused in Duncan

Victoria lawyer Michael Mulligan commenting in CHEK News story by April Lawrence. The online backlash caused by the abuse of a cat in Duncan, has expanded to include information identifying young suspects and threatening them with death and bodily harm. The Youth Criminal Justice Act makes it a criminal offence, punishable by up to two […]

RCMP Agent Admits Killing Two People – CFAX Legally Speaking

Victoria Lawyer Michael Mulligan on CFAX 1070 – Legally Speaking – discussing the evidence of an RCMP Agent who admitted to killing two people under oath. During a Victoria drug trafficking trial, an RCMP agent admitted to killing two unrelated people. The RCMP agent, Matthew Holland, has a criminal record for offences including manslaughter, but […]

An alternative to an ICBC rate hike – a deductible

Report warns ICBC rates could rise 30% by 2019 Victoria Lawyer Michael Mulligan on CHEK News proposing an alternative to a 30% ICBC rate hike: adding a deductible for drivers who cause accidents. Requiring divers who cause an accident to pay a deductible, such as that which applies if you make a claim for a […]

Harold Backer released on $50,000 bail

Victoria Lawyer Michael Mulligan comments in a story by April Lawrence on CHECK news: Nobody was answering at the Chemainus home where Harold Backer has been ordered to stay while awaiting trial on fraud charges. The home belongs to his mother, who told CHEK News by phone she is glad to have her son home to […]