Drunk Loses Charter Appeal

A convicted drunk driver who complained his Charter rights were breached has lost a bid to take his case to the Supreme Court. Justices declined to hear the appeal from an Edmonton man asked to take four separate roadside tests, without a lawyer, till he blew positive for impairment: “This case tried to move the law a little”.

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