CASE LAW - Giesbrecht v Superintendent of Motor Vehicles

BC Courts Coat of ArmsThis is the first reported case that I have seen involving the new Immediate Roadside Prohibition (IRP) provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act. In this case Glenn Giesbrecht requests that the prohibition and fine imposed upon him by the IRP be set aside by the court after an unsuccessful review by an adjudicator with the Office of the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles.

The case gives a good overview of the provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act that apply to the case as well as discussing the ramifications of mouth alcohol at the time of the approved screening device tests.

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Read the Reasons for Judgment - Giesbrecht v Superintendent of Motor Vehicles

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