CASE LAW - R v Dubbin

BC Courts Coat of ArmsIn this case Wendy Dubbin admits to not wearing a seatbelt and then attempts to have the charge dismissed. She argues that the provision of the Motor Vehicle Act which creates the offence of failing to wear a seatbelt violates her rights under section 2 and section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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Wendy Dubbin

What about my rights, do I as a taxpayer have the right to refuse her hospital and medical bills?
Maybe Wendy feels confined while wearing A SEATBELT, if she does she should see how confining a wheelchair is, or lying under the lid of a coffin.

Who paid the court cost?

Alought of valuable court time spent,for what seems to be a waste.

If she feel that strong about not wearing a seatbelt,then simply give up your PRIVILAGE of Driving,,and don,t be a passenger in a motor vehical,I am sure you have 2 legs and a heartbeat,,,,,WALK,,,Problem Solved,,Now you will not feel your rights are violated,by having to wear a seatbelt.

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