R. v. W.L. [Lethbridge Provincial Court]

Our client was charged with operating a vehicle dangerously and doing so while intoxicated. After reviewing the facts and evidence of the case, Tonii Roulston set this matter down for trial as she argued that our client’s rights and freedoms had been violated contrary to numerous provisions within the Canadian Charter. Upon receipt and review of the Charter arguments pursued by Tonii Roulston, the Crown prosecutor withdrew the charges and client did not establish a criminal record.

Impaired Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Blood Alcohol Content over 80 mg/100 mL, Dangerous Operation of a Vehicle
Result: Charges Withdrawn

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

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