Justin Marchand wins drinking and driving cases based on the fact that he has successfully argued to have evidence excluded.
Stream D is a new program from Ontario's Ministry of Transportation. It specifically pertains to second time DUI offenders.
In December 2018, the government introduced Bill C-46 which brought about some changes to the DUI legislation, specifically with regards to the penalties for Over 80.
In December of 2018, the government of Canada introduced Bill C-46, which was an act to amend the Criminal Code with respect to the new DUI legislation.
Justin Marchand talks about your charter rights and whether law enforcement can enter your home without proper consent or not.
Justin Marchand discusses what happens to your rights when you are detained by the police and how he deals with these situations.
If you're put into criminal jeopardy, via an interaction between you and police, the police are going to have an obligation imposed on them, by the Charter.
So careless driving is defined as driving without due care or attention, or without reasonable consideration for others using the highway.
It is a shocking revelation to many that driving itself is not necessary to charge or convict a person of impaired driving, or driving over 80.
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms under section 8 gives you the right against arbitrary search and seizure, and your vehicle would be a place where you have a privacy interest.