Our client retained Mr. Wyman after he had been charged with impaired and .08 offences. The client had been pulled over in a Checkstop where he was arrested and provided breath samples at the local District Office. While the file was a run of the mill impaired prosecution, Mr. Wyman identified a strong argument concerning the manner in which the officer administered the applicant’s Charter rights. When the matter proceeded to trial, the Crown recognized that issues existed. As such, it was decided that our client would make a charitable donation. Following B. doing so the charges against him were withdrawn.