Monthly Archives: January 2018

The General Warrant in Canadian Criminal Law

The Oxford Minireference Thesaurus describes the word General as “usual, customary, common, ordinary, normal, standard, regular, everyday, typical, conventional, habitual, run-of-the-mill..” However a General Warrant is not intended to be common or usual. It’s role for searching is prescribed by … Continue reading

The Vexatious Litigant

The Vexatious litigant (“VL”) is a different breed. There are a number of red flags for this type of litigant and Vexatious Proceedings. However the categories of vexatious proceedings and their characteristics are not closed. The VL is often in … Continue reading