There are two periods when one can access Ignition Interlock - before or after conviction. After being charged, but before any conviction is entered, you can apply for access [...]
Some criminal code offences are called “hybrid” offences. Impaired driving, over .08 and refusal are all “hybrid” offences. This means the Crown has a choice of whether to proceed [...]
No. The Transportation Safety Board, the administrative body which oversees the licence suspensions will not consider the hardship that losing your license may cause you or your family. However, [...]
There is an appeal process that we encourage all of our clients to access. You must start an appeal within 30 days of being charged. The form you need [...]
DOES THE TIME I HAVE SPENT WITHOUT A LICENSE DUE TO THE IMMEDIATE LICENSE SUSPENSION COUNT TOWARDS THE ULTIMATE SUSPENSION I WILL GET IF I PLEAD GUILTY OR AM FOUND GUILTY OF ONE OF THE IMPAIRED, OVER .08 OR REFUSAL CHARGES?
If you were charged before April 2018, you were given an indefinite license suspension and if you were charged after that date, a 15-month suspension. There are, occasionally, but [...]
Yes. It is an offence not to go for fingerprinting.
Call your lawyer immediately. If you don’t have a lawyer, call the court house and the Crown Prosecutor’s office. Be aware that, depending on the nature of the court [...]
If you are a youth you must appear at all court appearances unless you have filed a designation of counsel. Even then, you should know that some courts will [...]
You can order it yourself. Call the Crown Prosecutor’s office ahead of time to find out what documents you might need to bring with you. You can ask our [...]
It often depends on where the disclosure package is coming from. Usually disclosure takes between two and four weeks to arrive.