Well at this point you’ve been charged, so the concern is that whatever they took is going to be used against you to substantiate the charge, and in this case the overwhelming likelihood is they didn’t have a warrant, and if they didn’t have a warrant, then it’s, on its face, unreasonable. It’s unreasonable because you have the right against unreasonable search and seizure, under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, specifically section 8. And what I do is ensure that the state is upheld to the highest standard pursuant to section 8 of the charter.
When Law Enforcement Take from your Vehicle
Justin practices in all areas of criminal law, but focuses on drinking and driving allegations. His approach to many DUI cases is to take a dispassionate look at initial disclosure. Ultimately, he will comprehensively review the case and situation, with a view to explaining the options to a client. He often exposes errors in police investigations, warrants, or just plain intrusive investigations.