Police Targeting OK: Judge

Police have a constitutional right to conduct random Breathalyzer tests of drivers leaving a liquor store parking lot since it’s “not as if the officer had targeted a daycare or church”, an Ontario court has ruled. The judgment comes as MPs consider legislating random breath testing: “At issue here is only location targeting”.

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