Impaired Driving Results

R. v. N.A. [2012]
Impaired Driving case involving 1 car accident resolved on morning of trial when issue arose as to the attendance at trial of the investigating police officer. As a result of negotiations by Mr. Shapray with the prosecutor, the case was resolved with a plea under the Motor Vehicle Act which resulted in NO CRIMINAL RECORD for the client.

R. v. D.K. [2012]
DUI charges resolved prior to trial with a plea to an offence under section 144 of the Motor Vehicle Act - NO DRIVING PROHIBITION AND NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. O.H. [2012]
Impaired Driving and Refuse Breath Demand charges resolved with plea to Motor Vehicle Act offence - NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. T.B. [2012]
Impaired Driving charges DROPPED on morning of trial after Mr. Shapray convinced prosecutor that the case against his client could not be proven beyond a reasonable doubt on the issue of whether his client was in care and control of the vehicle. Client found by police sitting in driver's seat with legs outside the car and key dangling in the ignition.

R. v. R.M. [2012]
DUI charges dropped by prosecutor after submissions by Mr. Shapray regarding unreasonable delay and the inability of his client to have a trial within a reasonable time as guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms - NO CRIMINAL RECORD or DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. J.B. [2012]
Impaired and Over 80 charges dropped by prosecutor after submissions by Mr. Shapray regarding factual issues as well as unreasonable delay - NO CRIMINAL RECORD or DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. M.G. [2012]
Charges of impaired driving and driving over "80" resolved on morning of trial with plea to an offence under the Motor Vehicle Act - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. B.C. [2012]
Charges of Impaired Driving and Over "80" DROPPED by prosecutor prior to trial after Mr. Shapray's submissions regarding unreasonable delay and trial not being held within a reasonable time - NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. M.F. [2012]
DUI charges reduced from Criminal charges to Motor Vehicle Act charges (s. 144) on morning of trial after negotiations with prosecutor and issues raised with lack of court time leading to possible issues regarding trial within a reasonable time - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. M.T. [2011]
Impaired Driving and Over 80 charges dismissed mid-trial after challenge to police evidence and issue raised with respect to documentation from breath machine not being an original document.