Paul Lewandowski appears regularly on CTV Ottawa as their resident legal expert, and as guest on the Legal Briefs program every Friday at noon. Below are some of the clippings.
CTV interviews criminal lawyer Paul Lewandowski about Justin Trudeau's decision to expel two members of his caucus due to allegations of sexual misconduct.
Criminal lawyer Paul Lewandowski analyzes the legalities of automated cameras mounted on police vehicles, and the issues that will arise in a criminal court.
Criminal lawyer Paul Lewandowski discusses a new Canadian proposal to eliminate parole eligibility for serious offences.
An analysis of the legal concepts that govern strip searches conducted at schools.
Ottawa lawyer Paul Lewandowski explains how to protect yourself from hackers.
Ottawa lawyer Paul Lewandowski takes a look at ride-sharing company Uber and the legal rights of riders.
Ottawa lawyer Paul Lewandowski discusses mental health law with a focus on involuntary detentions.
Ottawa lawyer Paul Lewandowski gives us his legal perspective on Thursday's Supreme Court ruling on police access to cellular phones.
Ottawa lawyer Paul Lewandowski joins Katie Griffin and gives his legal analysis on the Luka Magnotta trial.
Paul Lewandowski discusses the allegations levied against Bill Cosby and analyses the possible defences and prosecution approaches to the case.
Paul Lewandowski analyses the Supreme Court of Canada's wherein they declined to hear Hassan Diab's appeal.
An analysis of Corrections Canada's use of indefinite solitary confinement in Canada's jails.
CTV Legal Analyst and Criminal Defense Lawyer Paul Lewandowski discusses Canada's laws concerning freedom of speech in relation to the Charlie Hebdo terrorism attack.CLIP
Paul Lewandowski reviews the laws relating to adult jail sentences for young offenders convicted of crimes in Canada, with reference to Ottawa's teen pimping case.
A review of Canada's new anti-terrorism legislation unveiled by the Conservatives, and discussion of its implications on freedom of speech, the Charter, and the rights of Canadians.
CTV News interviews criminal lawyer Paul Lewandowski for his opinion on potential penalties that Gomeshi could face if convicted of choking to overcome resistance or sexual assault.
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