Did you get caught operating a vehicle after consuming drugs or alcohol? Did you blow over 80?

Knowing your rights is one part of the battle

Impaired driving charges are Criminal Code offences in Canada, collectively known as Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving Over the Legal Limit.

In Ontario, impaired driving refers to operating a vehicle while your ability to drive has been compromised by consuming alcohol or drugs or a combination of both.

A DUI conviction is a serious offence and the consequences can be life-altering.  If found guilty, harsh penalties can be issued that will affect your current employment and future opportunities. In addition, you may face severe repercussions to your license and insurance premiums.

Understanding the charges against you is the second

This charge occurs when a driver operates a vehicle while consuming alcohol or drugs, or a combination of the two, and the driver’s ability is affected to any degree by alcohol or drugs.

This charge arises when driver has a blood alcohol content (BAC) level over the legal limit of 80 milligrams of alcohol for every 100 millilitres of blood, as determined by a breathalyzer.

This charge occurs when an impaired driver commits an offence that causes harm to another person.

This charge arises when an impaired driver commits an offence that causes death to another person. 

You made a mistake but you don't have to let it affect your future

Our team of premium DUI criminal lawyers will protect you against the dreadful consequences associated with impaired driving. 

If you’re facing a drinking and driving charge, do not limit your options. Instead, consult with one of our firm’s expert lawyers and strategically assess the next steps to handle your case. 

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