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How Can I Find The Right Lawyer For My Impaired Driving Charge?
Impaired driving in Edmonton is taken very seriously and the penalties can have a lasting impact on your life. There are two primary charges for impaired driving: Over .08 Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) and Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI).
How Does Drug Impaired Driving Compare To Alcohol-Impaired Driving?
Since the introduction of new legislation in 2019, drug-impaired driving has become a growing concern for Canadian public safety. While alcohol-impaired driving cases increased by 15%, drug-impaired driving incidents rose by an alarming 43% that year.
How Can I Challenge An Edmonton Dui Charge?
If you have been charged with impaired driving or driving over 80 in Edmonton Canada, it is important to remember that you are not alone. There are a variety of defence strategies available to confront these charges and ensure you get the best legal outcome possible.
Is It Legal to Own Pepper Spray in Canada?
It is illegal to possess or carry pepper spray for self-defence in Canada. The Criminal Code of Canada defines a prohibited weapon as "any device designed to be used to injure, immobilize or otherwise incapacitate any person by the discharge therefrom...
How Can Pre-Charge Legal Advice Help Me?
Our criminal lawyers understand the importance of giving legal assistance at an early stage to ensure that your rights are protected. We can advise you on how best to respond and protect yourself if police contact you or attempt to question you concerning a criminal investigation.
What Is an Arrest Warrant?
An arrest warrant is typically issued when the police have reasonable grounds to suspect that an individual has committed a criminal offence. A judge or justice of the peace will decide whether to issue an arrest warrant based on the evidence presented by the Crown attorney or their designate.