DUI / Driving Offences
Brass Law Office has a proven track record defending individuals charged with driving offences. These allegations include impaired driving by alcohol or drugs, driving “over 80,” breath test refusal, dangerous driving and speeding.
Drinking and Driving
A drinking and driving conviction can have a significant impact on your life, with penalties including a criminal record, driving prohibition, steep monetary fine and potential imprisonment. We explore all avenues of defence, including violations of your Charter rights, issues with breath examination devices, problematic sobriety tests and improper police investigations. Our firm employs expert evidence including toxicologists and uses innovative tools to advance your rights. The lawyers at Brass Law Office have the legal, technical and advocacy skills to rigorously defend your interests.
Other Driving Charges
Driving allegations vary in seriousness and range from Highway Traffic Act infractions to Criminal Code offences. These charges include dangerous driving, stunt driving, speeding, driving while a license is suspended and other offences. The consequences of a conviction can include surging insurance premiums, substantial fines and, depending on the charges, imprisonment. At Brass Law Office, we apply our advanced knowledge of the legal intricacies of these charges and explore all possible defences. We work with you to achieve the best possible results and protect your rights.
- Protection of your Charter rights
- Complex technical and legal defences
- Advanced knowledge of driving offences
If you or someone you know has been charged an offence, it is important to hire an experienced bail lawyer. Contact Brass Law Office at 613-238-5757 (mobile: Alan – 613-762-2040 or Shira: 613-983-4947) or email us at email@example.com for a free, no-obligation consultation.
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