Driving Offences

Below is a list of Driving Offence charges against Andrew Edgar defendants and their outcome. This is not a complete list, but rather some examples to demonstrate the different case types and the favourable verdict that he was able to achieve.

 

  • Dangerous Driving
    R v. J.N.

    Charge: Client charged with weaving through traffic, running stop sign, and almost hitting another car
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn

    R v. M.S.

    Charge: Client had been driving twice the speed limit, weaving through traffic and almost hit numerous cars
    Verdict: Criminal charge dropped for plea to speeding under highway traffic act

    R v. R.G.

    Charge: Client charged with dangerous driving after leaving a party and almost hitting a number of party-goers
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn

  • Flight from Police
    R v. K.R.

    Charge: Client charged after police tried to pull him over and fled
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn after showing problems identifying the client as the driver

    R v. T.H.

    Charge: Client charged with flight from police after police came behind the client and tried to pull them over. After a chase the client pulled over.
    Verdict: Criminal charge dropped to speeding offence under the highway traffic act

    R v. J.D.

    Charge: Client fled from police and finally located at a mall nearby
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn

  • Leaving the Scene of an Accident
    R v. M.M.

    Charge: Client charged with leaving the scene of an accident after hitting a cyclist with his car and fleeing
    Verdict: Able to establish a doubt about whether accused knew they hit the cyclist and charge was withdrawn

    R v. J.S.

    Charge: Client charged with leaving the scene of an accident after getting in collision at an intersection
    Verdict: Client new to the country and demonstrated that they may have been confused about duty to remain at the scene. Charge withdrawn.

    R v. O.S.

    Charge: Client charged with leaving the scene after rear ending another vehicle
    Verdict: Able to raise doubt over whether the client was the driver at the time and the charge was withdrawn

  • Impaired Driving/Over 80
    R v. J.F.

    Charge: Client had breath readings of 150 with minor accident
    Verdict: Charge dropped for careless driving plea under highway traffic act

    R v. G.S.

    Charge: Client pulled over leaving bar, breath readings around 120
    Verdict: Charge dropped for careless driving plea under highway traffic act

    R v. M.N.

    Charge: Client charged with impaired and over 80
    Verdict: At trial able to establish that police did not have the proper grounds to make the client blow and insufficient evidence to establish the impaired. Client was acquitted of both charges.

  • Refuse Breath Sample
    R v. D.G.

    Charge: Charged with refusing breath sample after being pulled over leaving the scene of an assault
    Verdict: Charge withdrawn due to police failure to properly give client his rights on arrest

    R v. S.J.

    Charge: Client refused to blow into breath device at roadside
    Verdict: Criminal charge dropped for plea to careless driving under the highway traffic act

    R v. G.K.

    Charge: Client pulled over at the border after leaving Buffalo Bills game. Client refused to blow in breathalyzer device
    Verdict: After showing issues with the operation of the machine. Client found not guilty at trial.

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