Criminal Defence Lawyer Calgary

Repeat Suspended Driver Gets 14 days

  • 8 April 2015
Charge(s):

CC: s.249(4) – Drive while Disqualified, TSA: s.94(2) – Drive while Unauthorized, CC: s.145(5) – Fail to Attend Court.

Allegations:

My client’s licence was suspended for an impaired conviction. A few months later, he was caught driving again. He had a long and related record, meaning that he has done this before. The Crown was initially seeking a period of jail for 30-60 days.

Result:

He received a sentence of 14 days, which he was able to serve on weekends only. That way, he could maintain his employment and not suffer any financial prejudice.

Categories: Breaches of Court Orders,Impaired & Driving Offences,Result.
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