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What Should I Consider When Facing a DUI?

  • January 27, 2017
Drinking and driving law leads to individuals having to question what is most important to them as they move forward in the case. For some individuals, avoiding a criminal record is the most important thing. For others, it is maintaining their ability to drive. For some, it is equally split between both them. For subsequent offences, it can be as simple as avoiding a jail sentences.
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What Is The Penalty For DUI In Ontario?

  • July 3, 2015
For a first time DUI offence, such as impaired driving or over 80 in the province of Ontario, a typical offender can expect a fine somewhere in the range of $1,000 to $1,500, 30% victim fine surcharge, a 1 year loss of licence - but this can be served, in Ontario, as three months no-driving and 9 months with the blower device - the ignition interlock - installed in your vehicle.
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