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May 25, 2012:
Peter loses his driving privileges, and tries to blame it on how quiet his new car is.
May 18, 2012:
Jordan extemporizes on the virtue of patience.
May 11, 2012:
Jordan Charness explains the Constitutional significance of Quebec's revised drinking-and-driving laws for drivers aged 18 to 21.
April 23, 2012:
Jordan W. Charness advises to carefully read and learn what is and is not covered by an extended vehicle warranty.
April 16, 2012:
Jordan Charness explains the legalities of random roadside checks for drunk drivers.
April 9, 2012:
Peter narrowly avoids a hefty repair bill, just after his vehicle's warranty had expired.
March 26, 2012:
A man who claimed the police beat him up neglected to mention a few important facts.
March 19, 2012:
A parking attendant damages your car but your parking contract states the garage is not responsible. What to do?
March 12, 2012:
Ignoring “Road Closed” signs, even on a weekend, can lead to unfortunate and expensive consequences, say lawyer Jordan Charness.
March 5, 2012:
If you get into an accident driving on unploughed streets after a heavy snowfall, can you blame the city?
February 27, 2012:
Can you make a citizen’s arrest if you see someone committing a crime? Lawyer Jordan Charness advises...
February 21, 2012:
If a piece of ice flies off your car and damages another car, can you be held legally responsible?
February 13, 2012:
A sunny winter day doesn’t mean you can drive like it’s summer, a lesson Peter learned the hard way.
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