Immediate Roadside Prohibition Cases

90 Day IRP

The driver was stopped at a roadblock. The officer noted a strong odour of alcohol on the breath of the driver, that the driver had very glassy and watery eyes, and that the driver was unsteady on feet. The driver provided two “Fail” readings. The driver was issued a 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

90 Day IRP – Refusal

Police received a complaint about a driver swerving on the road. Police respond to the complaint. The driver had a strong odour of alcohol, slurred speech and was unsteady on the feet. The driver did not admit to drinking. The officer demanded a breath sample from the driver. The driver refused to provide a breath sample. The driver was issued a 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

90 Day IRP – Refusal

Police were called to the scene regarding a suspected impaired driver. The driver was found outside of their vehicle when the police arrived. A witness identified the driver as the driver of the vehicle. A strong odour of alcohol was detected on the driver. A breath demand is made and the driver refused to provide a breath sample. The driver was issued a 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

90 Day IRP

Police responded to the scene of a two vehicle accident. The driver parked the damaged vehicle away from the scene of the accident to clear the road. The driver was found outside of their vehicle at the scene of the accident. Visual continuity of the driver was not maintained by any witnesses or an officer. The driver was issued a 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

90 Day IRP

A police complaint about suspected impaired driver led police to the scene. The driver was found sitting in the front passenger seat of the vehicle with the engine running. An odour of alcohol is detected and the driver admits to the recent consumption of alcohol. The officer demanded a breath sample. The driver provided two “Fail” readings. The driver was issued a 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

90 Day IRP

A police complaint about suspected impaired driver led police to the scene. The driver was found sitting in the front passenger seat of the vehicle with the engine running. An odour of alcohol is detected and the driver admits to the recent consumption of alcohol. The officer demanded a breath sample. The driver provided two “Fail” readings. The driver was issued a 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

90 DAY IRP – REFUSAL

The driver was stopped at a roadblock. The officer noted an odour of alcohol and the driver admitted to consuming alcohol. The officer made a breath demand to the driver. The driver provided 7 breath samples but only one of the samples was suitable and registered a “Fail”. The driver was issued a 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

90 Day IRP – Refusal

The police received a complaint about a suspected impaired driver. The driver was stopped by the police for further investigation. The officer noted an odour of alcohol and the driver admitted to consuming alcohol. The officer made a breath demand into the Approved Screening Device (ASD). At first the driver refused to provide a breath sample and requested to speak to a lawyer. The driver changed their mind about providing a breath sample and 18 minutes later requested to provide a breath sample. The officer denied this request and issued a 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition for a Refusal.

90 Day IRP

The driver went through a roadblock and exhibited minimal symptoms of impairment. The driver was honest to the office and admitted to consuming 3 beers throughout the evening. The driver provided two “Fail” readings into the Approved Screening Device (ASD). The devices were calibrated properly and were not expired. The driver was issued a 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

90 Day IRP

There was a complaint about a possible impaired driver. The officer’s stopped the driver after they witnessed the vehicle swerve in the lane. An odour of alcohol was detected on the breath of the driver, but the driver denied consuming any alcohol. The officer made a demand for a breath sample. The driver blew two “Fail” readings. The devices were calibrated properly and were not expired. The driver was issued a 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition.

90 Day IRP

The driver was stopped by the police after a report by a concerned citizen about a suspected impaired driver. The officer stated that the driver had a strong odour of liquor on the breath and speech was slightly slurred. The driver only provided one breath sample that registered a fail. The officer stated that the driver declined the second test.

90 Day IRP – Refusal

The driver was pulled over by the police for going through a red light. The driver had difficulty rolling down the window. An odour of alcohol was detected on the driver’s breath. The driver admitted to the recent consumption of alcohol. A breath demand was made by the officer. The driver provided 6 samples of breath into the Approved Screening Device (ASD) but none were suitable breath samples. The officer deemed the driver to be refusing to provide a breath sample. The driver was issued a 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition.