R. v. A.M. – April 2023

Impaired Driving by Alcohol

Our client was charged with impaired driving after a routine stop outside of a liquor store. We were prepared to proceed to trial when it was discovered that important evidence was not disclosed. The first trial date was adjourned and due to the delay that had occurred we argued to Crown that our client’s right to have a trial within a reasonable time was now breached. Ultimately Crown agreed to a plea to a non-criminal offence under the Motor Vehicle Act.

Result: No Criminal Record and No Driving Prohibition

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