Being charged with impaired driving has an enormous impact on your life. You may be prohibited from driving and have your car impounded. You will be required to appear in court and could face fines or jail sentences.
If you are charged with Impaired Driving or Refusal, you should have a lawyer review the case against you to make sure your rights are protected.
Tom Rees & Company have put together a number of articles about impaired driving.
- What is the Difference Between Impaired Driving, Driving Over 0.08, and Refusing to Provide a Breath Sample?
- Minimum Sentence for Driving Impaired and Refusal Charges
- When can the Police Pull Me Over?
- Can I Speak to a Lawyer Before I Give a Breath Sample?
- What is the Difference Between an ASD and Breathalyzer?
- Should I Provide a Breath Sample to Police?
- What Does “Care and Control” Mean in Impaired Driving Cases?
- What is the Ignition Interlock Program?
- What is a Curative Discharge?
- Interrogation by Police
Every impaired driving case is depends on it’s own facts. It’s important that you get speak to a lawyer if you have questions about your particular case.
To read more about impaired driving cases, see these Tom Rees & Company Articles:
- Production of Maintenance Records for Breath Test Machine
- Alberta Woman Convicted of Refusing to Provide Breath Sample
- Defence Lawyer makes motion to set aside production order in Impaired Driving Case
- R. v Smith, 2012 ABPC 14
- R. v Severight, 2013 SKPC 24
- R. v Ostropolskyi, 2013 SKPC 17
*Note: None of the information on the page is legal advice. Please consult a lawyer about your particular case.