Impaired Driving Results

R. v. M.C. [2010]
Impaired Driving Charges reduced to Motor Vehicle Act offence in case involving one car accident and overturned vehicle. Issues raised with respect to the time of driving and lack of impaired symptoms - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. S.G. [2010]
Impaired Driving and Over 80 charges reduced to plea under the Motor Vehicle Act after challenge to police evidence regarding the taking of the breath sample and the lack of symptoms of impairment - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. L.M. [2010]
Impaired Driving charges reduced to plea under s. 144(1)(b) of the Motor Vehicle Act on morning of the trial. Client received fine - NO DRIVING PROHIBITION and NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. T.W. [2010]
Impaired driving and Over 80 charges withdrawn before trial date after discussions with the prosecutor. Issues raised concerning the evidence of impairment and unreasonable delays by the police office regarding the timing of the Breath Demand.

R. v. D.K. [2010]
DUI charges of impaired driving and Driving Over 80 reduced mid-trial to driving without due care and attention under the Motor Vehicle Act. Vigorous cross-examination of the lead investigator regarding changes in his evidence lead prosecutor to agree to disposition resulting in NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. B.T. [2010]
DUI charges withdrawn by prosecutor on morning of trial after challenge to police evidence regarding evidence of impairment and delay in the reading of the breath demand - NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. R.M. [2010]
Impaired Driving and Over 80 charges resolved with plea to Driving Without Due Care under the Motor Vehicle Act after challenge to police evidence regarding impairment and grounds for making breath demand - NO CRIMINAL RECORD.

R. v. S.A. [2010]
Charges of Impaired Driving and Over 80 withdrawn by the prosecutor 2 days before the trial after negotiations with Mr. Shapray and proposed challenge to the admissibility of police officer's evidence at trial - NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. M.M. [2010]
Charges of Impaired Driving and Dangerous Driving resolved with plea to Driving Without Due Care under the Motor Vehicle Act (s. 144) - NO CRIMINAL RECORD AND NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. E.M. [2010]
Charges of impaired driving and "over 80" reduced to driving without due care under the Motor Vehicle Act on the morning of trial after challenge to the police evidence - No Criminal Record.