Mr. P. had no criminal record and retained Mr. Wyman to deal with his impaired driving charges out of Strathmore. The prosecution was relatively straightforward. Mr. P was pulled over because a traffic violation, he failed the roadside breath test and provided breath samples at the RCMP detachment in excess of the legal limit. Finding a discrete argument in the disclosure material Mr. Wyman set the matter down for trial. The officer in the file removed our client from his vehicle and had him conduct the roadside in the rear of the cruiser. The Criminal Code allows an officer to conduct the test in such a fashion if its deemed necessary. Here, it was argued that there was no necessity in having the test done in this fashion. The argument carried the day and our client walked out of the Strathmore Courthouse with no criminal record.