Impaired Driving Results

R. v. R.S. [2010]
Charge of Refusal to Provide a Breath Sample - client found NOT GUILTY after trial after challenge to police evidence on the issue of whether she had actually made a clear and unequivocal refusal - NO CRIMINAL RECORD AND NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. T.B. [2010]
DUI charges reduced to Motor Vehicle Act charge after application to thrown our case for unreasonable delay - NO CRIMINAL RECORD AND NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. J.R. [2010]
Impaired driving charges reduced to s.144 of the Motor Vehicle Act after late disclosure of police notes on morning of second trial date leads to unreasonable delay - No Criminal Record.

R. v. R.P. [2009]
Client found NOT GUILTY after trial on charges of Impaired Driving and Over 80. Trial involved challenge to police evidence regarding unexplained delays before taking of breath samples and lack of impaired symptoms displayed by driver during the investigation - NO CRIMINAL RECORD AND NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. R.D. [2009]
Charges dropped on morning of trial after challenge to credibility of main Crown witness in case involving two car accident at resort town in the interior or B.C. Crown unable to prove identity of driver involved in the accident.

R. v. A.S. [2009]
DUI charge reduced to plea under the Motor Vehicle Act after challenge to quality of the prosecution evidence regarding impaired symptoms and driving evidence.

R. v. R.P. [2009]
Client found NOT GUILTY of Impaired Driving and Over 80 after trial. Delay issues in the taking of breath samples raised during cross-examination and evidence of impaired driving not proven beyond a reasonable doubt - NO CRIMINAL RECORD AND NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. R.S. [2009]
Impaired driving case involving accident - legal issues raised with prosecutor prior to trial resulting in Stay of Proceedings - NO CRIMINAL RECORD and NO DRIVING PROHIBITION.

R. v. D.K. [2009]
Border Case - client found NOT GUILTY of charges of Impaired Driving and Over 80 after issues of delay in taking breath samples raised during trial.

R. v. G.B. [2009]
Client found NOT GUILTY of Impaired Driving and Over 80 after trial after issue of Identification not proven beyond a reasonable doubt.