Impaired Driving Lawyer
DUI/Impaired • Dangerous Driving • Driving Over 80
When you can’t afford to lose your license or get a criminal record, trust a former Crown Prosecutor to help you win your DUI case!
- DUI/Impaired driving
- Careless driving
- Driving over 80
- Dangerous driving
Our approach to an impaired driving defence is built on a thorough review of the facts, exhaustive examination of all issues associated with your traffic stop, and a determined approach to defending your case. We are a firm built on the foundation of significant trial success. Since our founding we have been highly effective for our clients.
Drive Over 80 and Impaired Driving
A driving while over blood alcohol over 80 and impaired driving charges can have significant and unexpected consequences beyond criminal fines and potential jail time. A conviction can also lead to:
- A permanent criminal record
- Employment issues
- Driving prohibition for at least one year
- Required treatment or assessment programs
- Increased insurance premiums
- An immigration status change
Our clients come from all walks of life. Whatever your situation and needs, we fully review all aspects of your case to help you protect your rights and achieve a workable solution.
Many Albertans consider driving offences as trivial things, which may be easily solved with a quick fine. However, when these charges involve substantial damage to property, serious injury or even death, the consequences can be serious.
Dangerous driving is broadly defined in the Criminal Code, leaving law enforcement officials substantial latitude to apply the charge as they see fit. Particularly, where you are charged in conjunction with a serious injury or death, you need a knowledgeable legal advocate to help protect your rights.
Our firm handles cases involving:
- Impaired driving
- Excessive speeding
- Abrupt lane changes
- Aggressive driving
- Accidents resulting in serious injury
- Criminal negligence causing death
Penalties can include a one-year license suspension even if no one is harmed as a result. Where a person suffers serious bodily harm, a conviction can result in jail time. up to 10 years, a penalty that will increase if a death results.
Get the Advice and Representation You Need, Call 403-617-0035.