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Text of Segal's Motor Vehicle and Impaired Driving Newsletter, by Deputy Attorney General Murray Segal, which discusses motor vehicle and impaired driving cases of currency, interest and relevance across Canada.
A mere lookout might ‘aid and abet’ – his connection to the offence need not be causative, as long as it somehow assists the perpetrator.
Text of Mack's Criminal Law Bulletin, by Assistant Crown Attorney Dallas Mack. This bi-weekly newsletter offers commentary on current issues in criminal law. A must-have for practitioners and judges alike, each bulletin focuses on a particular criminal law issue, highlighting recent developments in that area.