Our client was found asleep in his vehicle in the early afternoon outside his apartment complex in Airdrie. Concerned citizens called 911 which prompted the RCMP to intervene. Once on scene, officers attempted to rouse A without success. After numerous efforts, the client came to and the officers detected and odor of alcohol and significant indicia of impairment. A roadside breath demand was requested and the client adamantly refused. Mr. W. was then charged with impaired operation and refusal to provide a breath sample. On account of prior convictions for impaired driving, the client was looking at a mandatory jail sentence if convicted. As this was a strong case for the Crown, Mr. Wyman got the client enrolled in residential treatment. Following his completion of the residential treatment, the prosecution discontinued the prosecution.