Our client was a successful business owner who was staying at the Jasper Park Lodge when he went into town for dinner with a friend. After leaving the pub he was immediately pulled over by an RCMP officer who demanded a roadside sample. Mr. E. made numerous attempts to do so and was charged with the criminal offence of refusal when he failed to register a valid sample. The trial proceeded in Jasper Provincial Court where Mr. Wyman argued that the client had a reasonable excuse, that being he was having an anxiety attack. After presenting the Court with the applicable case law the presiding Judge acquitted Mr. E. of all criminal charges. As a result, Mr. E. walked out of the courthouse without a criminal record.