Driving Offence Cases

Client charged with Impaired Driving and Driving Over .08

Accused pulled over by the Burnaby RCMP for swerving. There was an odour of liquor on the breath of the accused and the accused failed a roadside breath test. The accused was arrested and transported to the police station where breath tests were made showing a blood alcohol concentration above the legal limit.

Client charged with Impaired Driving and Driving Over .08

The accused was pulled over by the Burnaby RCMP for swerving and sharply varying speeds. Police officer detected an odour of liquor, red watery eyes, and poor balance. Accused was arrested and transported to the police station where breath tests were taken showing a blood alcohol concentration of three times the legal limit.

Client Charged with Impaired Driving and Driving Over .08

A motorist travelling eastbound on Highway 1 in Vancouver contacted the police to report a vehicle swerving between lanes. The motorist followed the vehicle for approximately 15 miles until it exited the freeway in Coquitlam and he observed the police stop the vehicle.

Client charged with Hit and Run Causing Death and Dangerous Driving

A doctor visiting from New Zealand was walking across an intersection with his daughter in downtown Vancouver. The accused, who was proceeding through a green light, was unable to avoid a collision with the pedestrians. Instead of stopping his vehicle and offering assistance, the accused panicked and left the scene of the accident at a high rate of speed. A motorist who witnessed the accident called the police who ultimately apprehended the accused.