Our client was found sleeping in his vehicle on a roadway close to Airdrie. When officers arrived, they detected an odor of alcohol and proceeded in an impaired driving investigation. The client was ultimately arrested and taken to the local RCMP detachment for breath testing. After blowing more than twice the legal limit Mr. C. wanted nothing more than to plead guilty and get the matter resolved. After speaking with our office M. took our advice and proceeded to trial. At trial Mr. Wyman argued that the officer had violated our client’s section 10(b) right to counsel. The assigned judge took the same view and acquitted our client of the offences charged.