Challenge to provincial impaired driving laws fails
The Court of Queen's Bench has ruled against a constitutional challenge to Alberta's Impaired Driving laws. The challenge was against the province being able to indefinitely suspend a driver's licence, saying it's against Canada's charter rights. At the core of the case was the question; "does the duration of an administrative licence suspension ... deprive a licencee of free will because it places undue pressure on a licencee to plead guilty." That's arguably faster than having no license...