Impaired Driving Results

R. v. S.M. [2008]
Impaired Driving and charges of Over "80" in case involving accident DROPPED PRIOR TO TRIAL after challenge to police evidence and negotiation with prosecutor.

R. v. G.G.[2008]
Client found NOT GUILTY of charges of Impaired Driving and Refusing to Provide a Breath Sample after trial.

R. v. E.V. [2008]
Charges of impaired driving and Over 80 dropped for plea to Intoxicated in a Public Place resulting in NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. R.N. [2008]
Prosecutor forced to drop charges after successful challenge to crown adjournment application due to police officer being transferred to other part of the province.

R. v. J.L. [2008]
Client found NOT GUILTY after a trial when defence evidence called to show that blood alcohol readings would be under the legal limit at the time of driving.

R. v. N.B. [2008]
Challenge to police and civilian evidence at trial results in plea to s. 144 charge under the Motor Vehicle Act at end of case resulting in NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. N.G. [2008]
Challenge to police evidence leads to reduction of criminal charges to plea under the Motor Vehicle Act resulting in No Criminal Record and No Driving Prohibition.

R. v. E.L. [2008]
Charges of impaired driving and over 80 dismissed after trial.

R. v. G.K. [2008]
Client found NOT GUILTY of Impaired Driving and Over 80 charges after trial - police officer unable to produce required documents to prove blood alcohol level over the legal limit.

R. v. S.S. [2008]
Client found not guilty of impaired driving charges when prosecutor unable to produce evidence to prove that driver was in care and control of the motor vehicle.