(Calgary, P.C.). David Chow is a Calgary DUI lawyer who is no stranger to defending impaired driving cases in Court. A.C. was charged was charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle. The trial for A.C. was on December 6th, 2017. Like so many people, A.C.'s employment was contingent on a clean criminal record. After illuminating issues with the Crown's case, including violations of A.C.'s rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the charges were withdrawn by the Crown. It doesn't matter how a case is successfully defended, only that it is successfully defended. To successfully defend your DUI case, call David Chow -- he is an experienced Calgary impaired driving lawyer.
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A criminal driving offence is essentially any driving related infraction that involves criminal prosecution. Certainly the most common criminal driving offence is impaired driving and related crimes, such as blowing over the legal limit or refusing to blow. The Criminal Code of Canada includes a variety of other driving offences, such as dangerous driving, hit and run, evade police and may even encapsulate charges such as criminal negligence or vehicular assault.
If you have been charged with a criminal driving offence, it is paramount that you retain a lawyer who fully appreciates the evidence and all available defences. Successfully resisting a criminal driving prosecution requires a lawyer who not only understands the law, but has enough pragmatic experience to grasp the difference between criminal driving and other conduct that may only be a transgression of the Traffic Safety Act or perhaps even innocent driving behaviour that is neither criminal nor quasi-criminal.
For a free consultation with a Calgary dangerous driving lawyer, who defends all criminal driving offences, call 403.452.8018.
Recent Case Results
November 2014 (Calgary, P.C.)
Trial was held in relation to impaired driving, dangerous driving and refusing to blow. The trial judge excluded evidence in relation to the refusal charge and ultimately the remainder of the allegations were dismissed.
February 2014 (Lethbridge, P.C.)
The client was charged with serious impaired driving and dangerous driving offences. The case involved a major motor vehicle accident. David negotiated the withdrawal of the impaired driving allegations, entered a guilty plea to dangerous driving and successfully argued for a conditional discharge. The client completed the terms of his discharge and does not have a criminal record.