If not handled properly, driving while disqualified, refusals, failures to stop, or another arrest for motor vehicle offences in Brampton can become a serious legal issue. Being found guilty for such offences may cost you a fine or imprisonment, loss of driving privileges, and more. As your dependable law office, Edmond O. Brown, B.A., LL.B. Barrister & Solicitor specialize in providing quality representation for all your motor vehicle offences. We have extensive experience in handling various matters, including:
Refuse/Fail to Provide Suitable Breath Sample
An individual who commits an offence, intentionally refuses or fails to comply with a demand to provide a breath or blood sample, is found guilty and also charged with impaired driving as well. The offence of refusal or failure to provide a breath sample prohibits the operation of a vehicle while the individuals’ blood alcohol concentration is over 80 mg per 100ml of blood.
Driving While Disqualified
In Canada, when an offender who operates a motor vehicle while disqualified from doing so, the Criminal Code of Canada considers it as a serious criminal offence to disobey an order imposed by a judge. He is guilty of an offence punishable and liable for imprisonment for not more than 5 years.
Flight from Police
An individual, who doesn’t stop the motor vehicle promptly while being pursued by a police officer, can be given an attendance notice without arrest or a summons. A criminal charge of flight from police may include either a misdemeanour or felony penalties, depending on the circumstances.
Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle
Anyone who operates a motor vehicle in a manner that is dangerous to the public is guilty under dangerous driving. The punishment for this kind of offence can include imprisonment for up to 5 years if there is no bodily harm or death. If the offence caused any bodily harm, the imprisonment term increases to 10 years, and if death is caused, the maximum term of jail is 14 years.
Fail to Stop
When a person is convicted of failing to stop at the scene of an accident or bodily harm is caused to another person, the penalty will be significantly more than a simple fail.
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