After receiving her second 90 day driving prohibition for DUIs, our client was later stopped at a roadblock and arrested for Driving While Prohibited. She was facing a minimum 1 year driving prohibition as well as a fine. We provided the Crown with a number of reference letters and information attesting to our client’s good character and acceptance of responsibility. We managed to convince the Crown to accept a guilty plea to the much less serious charge of Driving Without a License. RESULT: fine and 90 day prohibition
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