DUI/Criminal Impaired Driving

24-Hour Driving Prohibitions (Drugs and Alcohol)

DUI/Criminal Impaired Driving Recent Successes

  • Case Name: R. v. W.D.
  • Charge(s): Refuse Breath Demand; Impaired Driving
  • Location: Surrey British Columbia
  • Result: Client found NOT GUILTY after trial.  Trial judge held that evidence of investigating police officer was unreliable and inconsistent.
  • Case Name: R. v. S.P.
  • Charge(s): Impaired Driving; Over 80
  • Location: Merritt British Columbia
  • Result: Charges reduced to Motor Vehicle Act charge after issues raised regarding police destruction of evidence and lack of evidence on Impaired Driving charge.  Client does not lose license and does not get a criminal record.
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A notice of 24-hour prohibition is issued under the Motor Vehicle Act. If you have received this document, you are prohibited from driving for 24-hours from the time that the notice is served. Do not drive during the period of your prohibition - driving while prohibited in British Columbia is a serious offence, which carries a statutory minimum penalty of a one-year driving prohibition and a $500 fine.

If you have received a 24-hour driving prohibition and want to dispute it, you must act quickly. You are under a very strict 7-day deadline from the date you received the 24-hour driving prohibition to file for a review. Call us today for a free, confidential consultation to discuss your case.

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DUI/Criminal Impaired Driving Recent Successes

  • Case Name: R. v. W.D.
  • Charge(s): Refuse Breath Demand; Impaired Driving
  • Location: Surrey British Columbia
  • Result: Client found NOT GUILTY after trial.  Trial judge held that evidence of investigating police officer was unreliable and inconsistent.
  • Case Name: R. v. S.P.
  • Charge(s): Impaired Driving; Over 80
  • Location: Merritt British Columbia
  • Result: Charges reduced to Motor Vehicle Act charge after issues raised regarding police destruction of evidence and lack of evidence on Impaired Driving charge.  Client does not lose license and does not get a criminal record.
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