Our client was charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle following a collision he was in on 12th avenue. Following the collision, officers were called and noted indicia of impairment when they arrived. When questioned by the officers, B. indicated that he had drank 5 beers and consumed a marijuana edible. This resulted in his arrest. Upon searching his person and the vehicle, officers located additional alcohol. After being taken back to the police detachment, Mr. H provided breath samples more than twice the legal limit. While it seemed like a difficult case to succeed upon, Mr. Wyman set the matter down for trial on account of constitutional arguments that flowed from the manner in which the officers conducted themselves. Because of these decisions, Mr. H. was able to put the incident behind him and avoid a criminal record.