“It has the potential to have 24 hour prohibitions removed from thousands of people’s driving record.”
Acumen Law’s Kyla Lee says it all stems from a ruling today.
Lee says either the provincial government has to rewrite its legislation governing driving prohibitions or give police officers the tools they need.
“If you have received a 24 hour prohibition and the paperwork for it was given to you anywhere other than the roadside. At the police station, at your house, or at a hospital you should call a lawyer and consider filing a judicial review in BC Supreme Court. Because the court has determined those prohibitions were invalidly issued and must be quashed.”
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