Our client was given a 90-day Immediate Roadside Prohibition when she blew a “fail” on the roadside screening device. A gas station owner called the police after seeing our client throwing up beside her parked car. Our client retained us to have the driving prohibition reviewed. We informed the client that she had a solid defence. We sent a legal argument with references to prior cases and an Affidavit on behalf of our client and her husband. The Adjudicator accepted our arguments and revoked the driving prohibition, monetary penalty and vehicle impoundment. RESULT: driving privileges reinstated, no penalty
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