In Part 1 of this article, you learned that a Calgary DUI defence lawyer can be helpful in defending you against impaired driving charges in numerous ways.
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Calgary's DUI laws make it all too easy for anyone to find themselves facing an impaired driving charge.
There's no such thing as a "minor" DUI or impaired driving charge not when you're the one facing the charges and the potential punishments.
Most people in Calgary think of a DUI charge "driving under the influence," officially called an impaired driving charge under Alberta law as involving drinking and driving.
There is no question that impaired driving commonly known in Calgary as "DUI" or driving under the influence presents a health and safety concern.
There have been several news stories of late regarding BAC measuring devices known as breathalyzers, including a prominent story that concerned some overturned impaired driving convictions or dismissed DUI cases...
Recently, there have been cases in Alberta where those charged with drunk driving have seen their cases dismissed or charges lessened.
Calgary's impaired driving laws carry some stiff penalties for those found driving under the influence of any intoxicating substance.
Beginning in 2012, many changes were made to the impaired driving laws in Alberta. These changes can affect every Calgary driver, regardless of whether or not they're intoxicated.