With the changes to the law of impaired driving comes a radical change to your rights. Police will no longer need to have a reasonable suspicion to make you blow a breath sample into a roadside Approved Screening Device. If you do not comply with a breath demand, you can be charged the offence of refusing a breath sample, which has the same punishment as the impaired driving offences. Dale Wm. Fedorchuk, Q.C. will be making constitutional challenges to the new law to protect your rights. Obtaining representation from us is the first step you should take.
Don't Wait to Take Action
If you were recently caught for impaired driving by alcohol or a drug like marijuana, or for refusal or refusing a breath sample, take legal action as soon as possible. We welcome the opportunity to speak with you about your charges, so contact us now.
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