(Didsbury, P.C.). M.J. was charged with operating a motor vehicle with blood alcohol exceeding the legal limit and impaired driving. The accused was involved in a motor vehicle accident that resulted in injury. At the start of his trial in 2018 Calgary DUI lawyer, David Chow, filed a Charter Notice asserting various breaches of the accused’s Charter protected interests, including unreasonable search and seizure due to a lack of reasonable and probable grounds to seize blood samples. The trial judge agreed, holding that the blood seizure was based on suspicion only. The judge further determined that the police did not follow the strict requirements of section 487 of the Criminal Code of Canada concerning tele-warrant procedure. As a result, the evidence was excluded pursuant to section 24(2) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Whether you are guilty or not guilty, call Calgary defence lawyer, David Chow for a free consultation. David Chow may be able to find a way to keep you from getting a criminal record. David defends cases throughout the province of Alberta. He is not only a Calgary criminal driving lawyer, he defends cases throughout Alberta, including Brooks, Lethbridge, Cochrane and Canmore.