Mr. M. contacted our office after he had been charged with impaired driving offences. Mr. M. was operating his vehicle when he lost control of it in a residential area and collided with a light post. The accident happened in the middle of the afternoon and required that he be transported via ambulance to the hospital. Officers on scene located a bottle of vodka in the vehicle and obtained a blood sample that was subsequently analyzed. When it was determined that he was 3 times over the legal limit he was charged. This matter was withdrawn by the crown prior to trial on constitutional grounds. Mr. Wyman was able to persuade the crown that Mr. M. had not been given his right to counsel prior to blood being drawn. Further, he argued that the admissions made by the client in the ambulance were a violation of his right to silence.