DUI Lawyer in Mississauga

Client charged with IMPAIRED OPERATION & REFUSE BREATH SAMPLE. Defence filed motion alleging violation of clients rights against unlawful detention and unreasonable search and seizure. At trial judge granted defence motion. BOTH CHARGES DISMISSED. Brampton Provincial Court.

Client charged with REFUSE ROADSIDE BREATH SAMPLE. Defence filed motion alleging violation of clients rights to counsel. At trial judge granted defence motion. CHARGE DISMISSED. Brampton Provincial Court.

Client charged with OVER 80, and defence able to have charge WITHDRAWN after examination of breathalyzer machine revealed flaws in Crown's case. Brampton Provincial Court.

Client's charge of OPERATE MOTOR VEHICLE WITH BLOOD ALCOHOL LEVEL OVER 80 was dismissed after trial. Despite readings of nearly 2 times the legal limit, defence was able to assert that the breathalyzer evidence was unreliable after lengthy cross-examination of police witness. Brampton Provincial Court.

Client acquitted of REFUSE TO PROVIDE BREATH SAMPLE due to defence ability to show breath machine was unreliable. Toronto Provincial Court.

IMPAIRED DRIVING charge stayed after defence motion granted due to unreasonable delay of trial. Toronto Provincial Court.

Client acquitted of REFUSE TO PROVIDE BREATH SAMPLE after defence able to establish at trail police did not have reasonable grounds to legally request breath sample. Guelph Provincial Court.

OVER 80 charge dismissed after defence established police did not collect sample in proper manner. Brampton Provincial Court.

IMPAIRED DRIVING charge withdrawn after defence motion to exclude illegally obtained police evidence. Brampton Provincial Court.

Client found not guilty of REFUSE BREATH SAMPLE charge after trial after defence able to present evidence to establish accused did not intend to refuse police. Newmarket Provincial Court

IMPAIRED DRIVING/OVER 80 charges acquitted after trial. Police alleged client blew twice the legal limit. Barrie Provincial Court.

Client acquitted of charges of IMPAIRED OPERATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE and OVER 80 at trial after successful defence application granted whereby client's rights to counsel were violated. Scarborough Provincial Court.

Charges of IMPAIRED OPERATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE and REFUSE BREATH SAMPLE were dismissed at trial after cross examination of police involved revealed significant flaws in their investigation of the case. Toronto Provincial Court.

Client was charged with two counts of DANGEROUS DRIVING CAUSING DEATH. Defence obtained expert report evidence of accident reconstruction. After lengthy negotiations with the crown, both charges of DANGEROUS DRIVING CAUSEING DEATH were withdrawn. Brampton Provincial Court of Justice.

Client charged with FAIL TO REPORT ACCIDENT and FAIL TO REMAIN AT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT. At trial defence successfully excluded client's statement to the police. Client found not guilt of all charges. Brampton Provincial Court.