Exceed PCA 49(1)(f) and 49(1)(b) – CCO
- Exceed PCA 49(1)(f)
- Exceed PCA 49(1)(b)
A term of imprisonment was a likely penalty in our client’s case. This was his third drink driving charge and the last two were committed within the last 10 years. It must be noted that a second drink driving offence may result in a 12-month imprisonment if committed within the preceding 10 years. If it’s a third offence, and if the BAC exceeds 0.15%, the term of imprisonment could be as much as 18 months.
He is an experienced criminal law solicitor and works hard to achieve the best possible outcomes for his clients. Shaun handles indictable and summary criminal offences and is an expert at criminal defence for both contested and non-contested cases.
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