Impaired Driving Results

R. v. P.T. [2014]
Impaired driving charges resolved with a plea to an offence under section 144 of the Motor Vehicle Act. Mr. Shapray worked out a resolution of the case that permitted client to continue driving for employment so no loss of job.

R. v. S.L. [2013]
Alberta client charged with impaired driving in B.C. Mr. Shapray retained and negotiated with the prosecutor resulting in plea under the Motor Vehicle Act - No Criminal Record and No Alberta Driving Prohibition.

R. v. D.G. [2013]
Client in Dawson Creek facing charge of Driving Over 80 had charges reduced to driving without due care under the Motor Vehicle Act – No Criminal Record and client permitted to enter into a probation order, which allows him to drive for work purposes.

R. v. R.C. [2013]
Impaired driving and driving over 80 charges DROPPED and case resolved with plea
to Driving Without Due Care (s.144 MVA) - NO DRIVING PROHIBITION AND NO
CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. C.S. [2013]
Nanaimo impaired driving case involving issues of care and control of the motor
vehicle resolved with plea to Drive Without Due Care under section 144 of the Motor
Vehicle Act - No Driving Prohibition and No Criminal Record.

R. v. T.B. [2013]
Impaired driving (DUI) case involving complaint from Grouse Mountain - Case
resolved with plea to Drive Without Due Care - NO DRIVING PROHIBITION AND NO
CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. A.B. [2013]
Impaired driving charges DROPPED by prosecutor after pre-trial discussions with Mr. Shapray regarding numerous issues in the case - NO CRIMINAL RECORD AND NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. K.A. [2013]
Impaired driving charges in case involving a one car accident dropped with plea to offence under section 144 of the Motor Vehicle Act - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. K.N. [2013]
Impaired driving charges withdrawn and client entered a plea under section 144 of the Motor Vehicle Act to driving without due care and attention - NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. T.B. [2012]

Charges of refusal to provide a roadside breath sample resolved on morning of trial with plea under the Motor Vehicle Act – No Driving Prohibition and No Criminal Record.