Impaired Driving Results

R. v. Z.W. [2011]
Charges of Impaired Driving and Over 80 resolved through negotiation with the prosecutor mid-trial as a result of delay between first and second trial date. Plea to driving without due care and attention under the Motor Vehicle Act - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. V.Z. [2010]
Charges of Impaired Driving and Over 80 dropped due to defence position that case had been delayed too long by two Crown adjournments and client entitled to trial within a reasonable time.

R. v. J.P. [2010]
Client found Not Guilty after trial on charges of Impaired Driving and Driving "Over 80" as a result of challenge to police evidence regarding the timing of the breath samples. Judge held that breath samples were not taken "as soon as practicable" and charges dismissed.

R. v. T.L. [2010]
Crown adjournment application DENIED on morning of trial when police officer does not show up to give evidence - CHARGES DISMISSED.

R. v. I.C. [2010]
DUI charges resolved with plea to driving without due care and attention under the Motor Vehicle Act after challenge to police evidence and negotiations with prosecutor on morning of trial - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. R.F. [2010]
Charges reduced to driving without due care after application launched alleging that client's right to be tried within a reasonable time had been breached. Other issues included the breath samples being outside the two-hour limit and considerable delay by the police officer at the roadside before transportation of the driver to the police station - NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. K.J. [2010]
Difficult case of Impaired Driving and Driving "Over 80" resolved with plea to charge of Dangerous Driving resulting in NO CRIMINAL RECORD - discharge granted.

R. v. J.V. [2010]
Impaired Driving charges STAYED by Judge after Mr. Shapray brought application based on 28-month delay from first appearance to trial date. Judge ruled that right to trial within a reasonable time was violated and that only remedy was for a Judicial Stay of Proceedings - NO CRIMINAL RECORD AND NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. D.M. [2010]
Charge of Driving Over "80" reduced to plea under the Motor Vehicle Act after challenge to the police investigation leading to the taking of the breath sample. Issues raised regarding a breach of the client's Charter rights and a delay in the timing of the Breath Demand - NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. G.H. [2010]
DUI charges dismissed after trial after motion to exclude evidence on the basis that there was no lawful grounds for vehicle stop by the police. Client found NOT GUILTY at trial - NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.