Court Passes On Drivers’ Law

The Supreme Court is taking a pass on an impaired driving appeal six months after judges upheld automatic roadside suspension laws. The court declined to hear from a British Columbia driver who challenged his suspension after disputing evidence in the case: “The state can punish you in ways other than sending you to prison”.

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