If you have been charged under the Criminal Code with Impaired Driving, Blowing over the Legal Limit or Refusing to Provide a Breath Sample, you are facing a number of serious consequences. Some of these consequences will vary, depending on your personal driving history.
If this is your first time offense, you are at risk of receiving a minimum of a $1,000.00 fine and a one year driving prohibition.
If this is your second offense, you are at risk of receiving a minimum of 30 days in jail and a three year driving prohibition.
For any subsequent offense, you are at risk of receiving a maximum of 120 days in jail and an indefinite license suspension.
You should know that drinking and driving is a very complicated area of law. The legal issues, arguments and defenses are highly complex. Legal expertise is required. If you are facing an impaired driving charge, you should seek legal help.
You should contact an experienced driving lawyer immediately: CONTACT 604-608-1200.
Convicted of an alcohol-related Criminal Code offence? See Responsible Driving Program…