Impaired driving

Have you been arrested for impaired driving?

Have you been charged with refusing to provide a breath sample?

Having the care or control of a vehicle while impaired by alcohol or drugs?

In the last 12 years, our team has acquired extensive experience in alcohol and drug impairment driving cases. As soon as you get arrested, we rigorously take your defence in charge to ensure the best results and help you regain driving privileges. Like most of our clients, this is likely your first experience with the criminal justice system. It is of utmost importance to entrust this delicate matter to a criminal lawyer who can:

  • Preserve your right to drive;
  • Minimize the consequences;
  • Represent you in court in your absence;
  • Ensures your rights are respected;
  • Defend you relentlessly.

If you have already been convicted and this is your second offence, we can help avoid the repeat offence charge.


  • Driving while impaired by drugs or alcohol, or both
  • Refusing to provide a breath sample
  • Having the care or control of a vehicle while impaired by drugs or alcohol
  • Driving while prohibited
  • Repeat offence of impaired driving, care or control of a vehicle while impaired, and refusal to comply with an order.

Getting ready

Here are a few tips to help prepare for your first meeting with our lawyers..

1Make sure you don’t forget important details. We recommend you write down the sequence of events quickly after your arrest.

(Day of the week, date, time, place, witness names, contact information, if any, and the context leading up to the charge.)

2After having written down all the details, we strongly recommend you make a note of the dates that appear on the documents provided by the police after your arrest. It is also important to remember that if you do not appear in court on the day required, and if no lawyer is present on your behalf, the Court will issue a warrant for your arrest.

Cabinet Solution Avocat, criminalistes en préparation d'une stratégie

3Gather all the documents related to your charge into one file. Before proceeding with any correspondence, we recommend you meet with a lawyer and bring these documents to the meeting.

4Contact us quickly by phone or email to make an appointment.

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