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Impaired Driving / Over 80

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Case Examples

R. v. B - (2011) Client charged with Fail to Provide Breath Sample - the Court established that he police failed to provide a Farzi interpreter to the accused - CHARGE DISMISSED

R. v. M - (2011) - Client charged with Impaired and Over 80 - Court found the case took too long to get to trial - CHARGES STAYED

R. v. L - (2011) Client charged with Impaired - the Court established that the Information was improperly sworn - CHARGE DISMISSED

R. v. F (2011) - Client charged with Impaired Driving - Court found the case took too long to get to trial - CHARGES STAYED

R. v. M - (2011) - Client charged with Impaired and Over 80 - CHARGES WITHDRAWN

R. v. G (2011) - Client charged with Impaired and Over 80 - Court found that the accused’s rights to counsel were breached - CHARGES DISMISSED

R. v. M. (2011) - Client charged with Impaired and Over 80 - client was strip-searched and held in jail for some nine hours - as a result the Court found that his rights were breached and CHARGES STAYED

R. v. B (2010) - Client charged with Dangerous Driving and Fail to Stop for police - the accused led police on a 10 kilometer chase involving speeds of 150 kph - the Crown was unable to establish that the accused was the operator of the motor vehicle - CHARGES DISMISSED

R. v. P (2010) Client charged with Impaired and Over 80 - it was found that the accused’s right to counsel of choice was breached when the accused was forced to speak to duty counsel - CHARGES DISMISSED

R. v. P (2010) - Client charged with Impaired Driving - after convincing Crown that they could not prove that the accused was the operator of the motor vehicle CHARGES WITHDRAWN

R. v. N (2010) - Client charged with Impaired Driving - Court found the case took too long to get to trial - CHARGES STAYED

R. v. R (2010) - Client charged with Refuse to Provide Breath Sample - trial held and CLIENT FOUND NOT GUILTY

R. v. K (2008) - Client charged with Impaired Driving and Refuse to Provide Breath Sample - it was found that the police officer failed to report various attempts by accused to provide sample - CHARGES STAYED

R. v. C - Client charged with Impaired and Over 80 - at trial it was argued that the Crown did not produce sufficient evidence that the breathalyzer machine used was an approved instrument - CHARGES DISMISSED

R. v. P (2000) Client was charged with Impaired Driving - client held for some ten hours in jail after providing his breath sample - client was not provided with his required medication - CHARGES DISMISSED

R. v. M -(1995) - Client charged with Murder wherein it was alleged that he stuffed the victim in a steamer trunk and buried the trunk - after a lengthy trial and deliberation by a jury the CLIENT WAS FOUND NOT GUILTY

R. v. B. (1981) Client charged with stabbing her common law husband to death - this was the first time that the defence of spousal abuse was raised in a successful defence to a charge of murder - after a trial CLIENT WAS FOUND NOT GUILTY

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