Impaired FAQS

WHAT IS DISCLOSURE?

Disclosure includes just about anything the Crown prosecutor will be relying on at trial. It usually includes the police officer’s handwritten notes and reports, any witness statements, any collision [...]

WHAT IS DISCLOSURE?2019-09-06T21:22:00-06:00

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO GO TO TRIAL?

From the time you put in a plea it will probably take, at the very minimum, two and a half months before the matter will come up again for [...]

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO GO TO TRIAL?2019-09-06T21:21:19-06:00

WHAT HAPPENS IF I AM FOUND GUILTY OF THESE CHARGES?

The penalties will vary depending on when you were charged. If you were charged before December 18, 2018, s. 11(i) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms applies [...]

WHAT HAPPENS IF I AM FOUND GUILTY OF THESE CHARGES?2019-09-06T21:20:34-06:00

HOW DID THE CRIMINAL CODE CHARGES CHANGE ON DECEMBER 18, 2018?

There are too many changes to outline all of them here. It is important that you speak to a lawyer to understand the full impact these changes may have [...]

HOW DID THE CRIMINAL CODE CHARGES CHANGE ON DECEMBER 18, 2018?2019-09-06T21:19:13-06:00

I’VE BEEN CHARGED WITH IMPAIRED DRIVING OR REFUSAL. WHAT DO I DO FIRST?

There are two processes you will need to address: the Criminal Code charges and the Alberta Administrative License Suspension (AALS). To learn about fighting the AALS, please see one of [...]

I’VE BEEN CHARGED WITH IMPAIRED DRIVING OR REFUSAL. WHAT DO I DO FIRST?2019-09-06T21:09:01-06:00
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