DUI / Impaired Driving

How Do I Get a Pardon for a DUI in Alberta?

A DUI charge in Canada is a criminal charge that can affect multiple areas of your life even after the sentence has been served and the fines paid. The ensuing criminal record can follow you around for the rest of your life, potentially affecting employment, travel plans, immigration status, and more. Criminal background checks include information about charges and arrest warrants even if you were never convicted, often creating complications and leading to awkward questions.

February 8th, 2024|

New Impaired Driving / DUI Laws in Alberta

On December 1, 2020, the Alberta Provincial Government took a radical step by de-criminalizing impaired driving /DUIs in Alberta for first-time offenders. As a result, those caught drunk behind the wheel will not be criminally charged regardless of how intoxicated they are.

December 9th, 2020|

Outrage over Felicity Huffman Sentencing

If one is so inclined to read Twitter, which I am not, there was near-universal outrage over the sentencing of Felcity Huffman for her role in the infamous college admissions scandal known as Operation Varsity Blues (Varsity Blues just happens to be one of my favourite movies).

October 15th, 2019|

New Impaired Driving Laws

On December 18, 2018, the Liberal government drastically changed impaired driving law for the worse. In an attempt to look tough on impaired driving, the government took steps to take away citizens’ constitutional rights, dramatically increased penalties and created some new offences entirely...

July 15th, 2019|


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