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Here is a Compilation of Recent Media Appearances Featuring Calvin Barry by Various National Media Outlets.

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So You’ve Been Charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
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So You’ve Been Charged with a Sexual Offence
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So You’ve Been Arrested for Drug Possession and/or Trafficking
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So You’ve Been Charged with a Regulatory Offence
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So You’ve Been Charged with Impaired/Over 80
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So You’ve Been Charged with Assault
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You’ve Been Convicted, Can You Appeal?
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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”

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Understanding Assault Charges in Ontario

Assault charges in Ontario include assault, assault causing bodily harm, assault with a weapon, and aggravated assault. The penalties vary for each kind as some types of assault can cause more damage and label the perpetrator as a danger to society

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Drinking During the Boating Season in the GTA and Ontario

Drinking during the boating season is part of almost everyone’s summer in Canada. However, freedom to drink does not mean freedom from consequences if you’re charged with driving under the influence.

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DUI On an Electric Scooter in Ontario

The first DUI offence involving an electric scooter was successfully prosecuted by the City Attorney’s office in Toronto in 2020 wherein a 64-year-old pedestrian was knocked over by a 28-year-old man who was riding an electric scooter while having a blood alcohol level that is three times more than the legal limit. The electric scooter’s rider was sentenced to 36 months of probation, ordered to pay restitution, fined $550, and was required to complete a DUI program upon conviction.

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