DUI Lawyers - Over 80, Impaired Driving in Pembroke
Christoper Avery Criminal Lawyer - Impaired Driving Charges
Blowing over 80 is the most common drinking and driving Charge that is defended in the courts. In Ontario, operating an automobile, boat, snowmobile or motorcycle - motorized vehicle with an alcohol level that exceeds 80 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood is over the legal limit.
You were arrested in Renfrew County
It is a scary situation, you have never broke the law before. You felt fine, you weren't drunk but you blew over 80 at a RIDE Spotcheck or a traffic stop. Does this mean you are guilty?! Until the evidence is seen by a Criminal Lawyer only then can your options be presented to you. How much will this cost? Again, you need to sit down with Chris Avery to understand the complexities of your case. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.
Christopher Avery : 613.480.5045 1-877-497-3927
Being impaired may not be qualified by blowing over 80 with a roadside breathalyzer if the officer made a roadside stop because you were driving erratically. If the officer suspects you are driving under the influence “ DUI” of alcohol or narcotics and you admit to having “a drink” you will be instructed to cooperate in a roadside physical test “walk a straight line” if there is physical evidence of inebriation.
There may also be an officer who is trained to identify narcotics impairment dispatched to assist in the evaluation. If it is determined you are driving under the influence you may be placed under arrest and transported to the police station for further testing and evaluation. If Alcohol is suspected to be the impairment you will be asked to submit to a blood alcohol test. The results of that Blood Alcohol test may be below the legal limit and that may eliminate the over 80 charge. You will be left with the charge of impaired to fight in court
Christopher Avery - Impaired Driving, DUI Criminal Lawyer
"Criminal Lawyer Who Defends Drinking & Driving Charges"
Pembroke DUI over 80 Impaired Driving Charges