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It is often the wife, husband, or child of the accused who reports them to the police for impaired driving resulting in criminal DUI charges.

When an immediate family member reports someone for impaired driving it is often a situation where the accused has abused alcohol openly for quite some time. They may be fearful for the accused’s safety and the safety of others. For this reason they call the police to report it.

While most cases are likely reported out of concern for the family member and others, sometimes the family member is motivated to have the accused charged to gain an advantage in a family law, child custody/access, or CAS proceeding. Impaired driving is a crime regardless of these motivations of the person who calls it in and reports it but in some cases the facts may support the accused not being impaired while driving leading to the charges being dropped or an acquittal.

Sometimes a spouse/partner or child is angry with the accused and reports them being drunk without knowing whether they are or not.

They just want the police to get involved. The police will pull the person over and may charge for imparied driving (by alcohol or drugs) when in fact they are not impaired. The accused could be totally innocent yet end up charged in part because someone else said they were (for whatever reason whether goodhearted or vengeful).

While everyone is supposed to be considered innocent until proven guilty and the burden lies solely on the Crown to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, the person accused of DUI still takes a tremendous loss even if the charges get dropped or they are found not guilty.

They will have spent a year or more worrying about the outcome, had to pay for a lawyer to defend them (we are not paid for by the Government like Doctors are), and still have their information retained in police databases that they were charged that can show up on background checks, when travelling including to the USA, for IRCC immigration Canada applications and more.

Call us today.

You don't have to jeopardize your future or waste thousands of dollars on excessive legal fees. We provide effective and affordable lawyer representation for those charged with impaired driving offences throughout Ontario.

Have a skilled criminal lawyer who focuses on impaired driving related charges protect you and your future from the stigma and consequences of a criminal record.

    call us: 647-228-5969


  call us: 647-228-5969


Your case will be defended by a fully licensed Practicing Lawyer of the Law Society of Ontario. For more information about our lawyer, click here.

We provide our clients with:
  • Flat fee pricing
  • US travel advice and information
  • Employment background check advice/services
  • Fingerprints and records destruction services
  • Clear goals of getting charges dropped and bail conditions varied without a trial
  • Help with related immigration issues
  • Vulnerable Sector records suppression help
  • Experienced, focused counsel

* Please note:

If you are not a paying client, we cannot answer questions and provide assistance with U.S. travel, immigration, employment background checks, and avoiding a criminal record. This includes those who have already retained other counsel and those whose cases have already been completed.

Are you a lawyer? If you are defending an impaired driving related case and are looking for expert advice regarding possible defences, case strategies, and information release management call us at: 647-228-5969.

Please note: We do not accept legal aid certificate cases. All clients are handled on a private retainer only.


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  • U.S. travel advice and information
  • Help with related immigration issues
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