David Anber Defends against Coronavirus Charges During COVID-19 Lockdown
This unprecedented time has brought with it many new bylaws across Canada – many of which are vague and even easy to violate. If you [...]
Email Addresses for Ontario Courthouses
In the wake of COVID-19 (corona virus) the Ontario Court of Justice is now posting email address for urgent filings. How can I email the [...]
Update to Ontario Courts’ Response to COVID-19 (a.k.a. ‘coronavirus’)
The response of Ontario criminal courts to the pandemic has been to cease all non-essential operations and appearances. As discussed below, criminal cases can proceed [...]
Toronto Police Conduct Too Many Strip Searches, Report Says
A recent report has found that Toronto police conduct more strip searches than any other police force in Ontario, and Gerry McNeilly, Independent Police Review [...]
David Anber’s Law Office Playing Golf and Raising Money for Charity in the Ottawa Community
Katherine, Matthew, Dana and David hit the links on August 17, to participate in the Faces Magazine 5th annual charity golf tournament. As one of [...]
What’s the difference between “Impaired Driving,” “Over 80” and “Refusal”?
Understanding the different Drinking and Driving infractions in Ontario, Quebec and Canada. Many people call me up and want to know the difference between “Impaired [...]
Circumstantial Evidence – What Does This Mean?
When I began law school, I was aware that something called “circumstantial evidence” existed. If asked to describe it, I wasn’t able to. This was [...]
Unreasonable Delay & the Right to a Speedy Trial
Many people think that my job involves getting people off on technicalities. Although that is sometimes true, generally speaking the Criminal Code of Canada and [...]
Second Opinions from Criminal Lawyers – What are They?
People often come to me to get a second opinion, and they are frequently surprised when I tell them that I am not in a [...]
David Anber’s Radio Interview on The Lynn Martin Show
David Anber was interviewed on Friday June 10th at 11:00AM by Lynn Martin on AM800 Radio. The topic of discussion was the Highway Traffic Act. You [...]