I put together a simple site analysis of a street intersection in Montréal where, in 2009, I was struck by a car running a red light. There was some dispute as to whom had the right of way, but this was dismissed by the municipal court earlier today. In short, it’s over, and the case was de facto dismissed in my favour.
Unfortunately, the magistrate would not allow the use of graphic aids unless they were printed out beforehand. This made presenting my case notably difficult. So to avoid it going completely to waste, here’s a taste of what I prepared (the image below links to a PDF slide show that was ultimately impermissible for use in my defence).
[P.S.: To the fly-by attorney, Sara, who helped me make sense of the Crown's request to drop the case: you are awesome and you made my day, wherever you are. And you were pretty adorable, too.]