CASE LAW - Sivia v Superintendent of Motor Vehicles

BC Courts Coat of ArmsThis case is the first major challenge of BC's new Immediate Roadside Prohibition laws. Mr. Justice Sigurdson has ruled that the penalties imposed for the actions taken against a driver who blows a fail (over .08) reading on an approved screening device are contrary to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms because there is no adequate option for a review.

 

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

Declaration of Invalidity Suspended Until June 30, 2012

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