Mr. G., a Professional Engineer, had been referred to our office by prior clients. He had been charged with impaired/.08 charges after he had been pulled over on his way home from drinks with friends. The matter was set down for trial where Mr. Wyman argued that the officers had failed to comply with the Criminal Code provisions affiliated with roadside breath testing. It was argued that the failure to comply resulted in a violation of our client’s section 8 Charter right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure. The trial judge agreed and excluded the breath sample. As no other evidence existed to ground a conviction our client was found not guilty.