The Highway Traffic Act of Manitoba sets out the rules around driving and using a cell phone. In his newest article, criminal defence lawyer Michael Dyck talks about what you can and cannot do with your cell phone while you are driving.
Michael Dyck is a criminal defence lawyer with Tom Rees & Company who assists clients from Winnipeg, Steinbach and rural Manitoba. He specializes in adult and youth criminal defence and represents clients charged with a wide range of offences.
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