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Tom Rees | Criminal Defence Lawyer Winnipeg
3
Feb

R. v Ostropolskyi, 2013 SKPC 17

Defence lawyer argues that the roadside breath screening device was not administered quickly enough and the results should be excluded. Judge finds that the delay was adequately explained, convicted the defendant of Refusing to Provide a Breath Sample and acquitted him of Impaired Driving.

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