R. v. D.C. [Fort Macleod Provincial Court]

Impaired Operation of Motor Vehicle; Blood Alcohol Content over 80mg% – Result: Stay of Proceedings and Community Service

The client was charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle and having a blood alcohol content over 80mg%. 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 by the arresting officer. Tonii Roulston entered vigorous negotiations with the Crown Prosecutor and all charges were stayed by the Crown in advance of trial. The client had no convictions and no criminal record.


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


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