R. v. R.W. [Red Deer Provincial Court]

Impaired Driving, Refusal to Blow and Possess Prohibited Weapon – Result: Traffic Ticket fine + 20 Hours Community Service

The client was charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle, refusal to provide a breath sample into an approved screening device and possession of a prohibited weapon. Tonii Roulston reviewed the file and set the matter for trial, arguing that the client’s protected rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms had been violated. Tonii Roulston entered vigorous negotiations with the Crown Prosecutor and secured the resolution of a traffic ticket with 20 hours community service, which ensured that the client did not receive a criminal record.


This entry was posted in TONII ROULSTON, tagged Impaired Driving Cases and posted on July 2019


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