Drinking and Driving - Basics
If you have been charged with drinking and driving, you may have a defence. Under Canadian law, the consequences of a conviction may be both costly and devastating. Do not plead guilty as you may have a defence.
A conviction for impaired driving, drive over 80, care or control, refuse breath sample, or refuse to do tests or provide a bodily fluid sample to determine if your ability to drive is impaired by a drug means the suspension of your driver's licence, a criminal record and a huge hike in your motor vehicle insurance premiums. If your job involves driving, you may lose your livelihood.
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