Supreme Court of Canada: No Constitutional Provision to Have Lawyer Present

The Supreme Court of Canada has handed down its decision regarding the right of a person to have their lawyer present¬† during interrogation by the police.¬† Chief Justice McLachlin wrote the majority opinion which reads in part “that s. 10(b) does not mandate the presence of defence counsel throughout a custodial interrogation.” (R. v. Sinclair, […]

Posted at 21:18 on 9 October 2010 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Law | Continue reading

As The Law School Industry Likes It

All the world’s a stage filled with potential law students, And all the men and women merely a source of revenue; They have their savings and the ability to sign promissory notes, And one man in his time can be conned many times, His indebtedness being seven ages. -As The Law School Industry Likes It […]

Posted at 13:48 on 8 June 2010 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Thought Provoking | Continue reading


Gregory D. Horne began his adventures in computing with a Commodore PET and a Commodore VIC-20 “The Friendly Computer.”

Gregory D. Horne, BA, CCE*

*Certified Computer Examiner qualification in-progress