Despite having an alcohol rate of over 160mg, a client who was a repeat offender for impaired driving avoided going to prison and extended loss of his license

A client of criminal lawyer Xavier Cormier’s was arrested for impaired driving because the alcohol rate in his blood was over twice the rate (over 160mg) tolerated by Sections 253 B) and 255 (1) of the Criminal Code. This client had already been found guilty of impaired driving in the past. Therefore, he risked incurring a minimum penalty of 30 days in prison because of the repeat offence, as well

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A client is acquitted of impaired driving charges because of the illegal arrest

Our criminal law firm was defending a client charged with DUI (Sections 253 1a) b) and 255 Criminal Code). According to the recorded facts, there were few symptoms of alkoholemia at the time when the driver was apprehended by the police. Mr Luc Simard asked the Judge to take the case to court. Before the trial, Mr Simard sent the Prosecutor a request under the Canadian Charter that the results

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