In the Media
Here is a Compilation of Recent Media Appearances Featuring Calvin Barry by Various National Media Outlets.
Calvin Barry in the News
Calvin Barry Discusses His Services
So You’ve Been Charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
So You’ve Been Charged with a Sexual Offence
So You’ve Been Arrested for Drug Possession and/or Trafficking
So You’ve Been Charged with a Regulatory Offence
So You’ve Been Charged with Impaired/Over 80
So You’ve Been Charged with Assault
You’ve Been Convicted, Can You Appeal?
Calvin Barry, Canadian Lawyer
Calvin Barry Media Appearances
Calvin Discusses the Rob Ford Scandal on CityNews
Michael Sean Stanley Located
Toronto Constable Describes Charging Fellow Police Officer
Calvin Barry Interview on CTV
Left and Right: Immigration
Left and Right: Our Changing Canada
Left and Right: The Death Penalty
Left and Right: A Changing Palenstine
Left and Right: Civil Liberties
Left and Right: Legalizing Marijuana
Mary Gowans Found Not Guilty
Calvin Barry Reacts To Rick Vaive Verdict
Michael Coren & Calvin Barry Discuss Canada’s Newest Super Hero “Spiceman”
Reviews From Our Clients
The Latest From Our Criminal Law Blog
Facts About DUI Charges in Toronto and the GTA
Drinking and driving remain as one of the top public health concerns in Toronto despite warnings and campaigns by the law and media against driving while intoxicated. A recent survey ranks Canada as number 1 in alcohol-impairment roadway deaths amongst 19 wealthy countries, which is why a DUI charge is met with severe punishments and other life-long consequences.
Ways A Criminal Conviction Can Seriously Affect Your Life
Having a criminal conviction in Ontario can affect you far beyond the time you spend serving jail time, paying for fines, and adjusting after the conviction. If you’re wondering about the ways a criminal conviction can seriously affect your life, keep on reading.
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Bill C-5 Recognizes the Importance of Rehabilitation
For our justice system to be truly effective and fair, the punishment must fit the crime. That is why the recent passage of Bill C-5, which eliminates mandatory minimum penalties (MMPs) for 14 offences in the Criminal Code along with all six offences covered by the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act is both timely and necessary.