Mr. K was referred to our office from a prior client whom we had successfully represented in an impaired driving prosecution. In fact, our prior client was in the passenger seat when Mr. K. was arrested for impaired operation. Mr. K. was a young man with no criminal record that had been pulled over for speeding here in the city. The officer detected an odor of alcohol in the vehicle and had our client provide a roadside breath test. After blowing a fail on the device, Mr. K. was taken to the police detachment where he was charged. The file was set down for trial with our office filing written argument affiliated with the legitimacy of the demand as well as a unique argument alleging that the officer had violated Mr. K’s right to select counsel of his choice by diverting him towards calling 24hr. legal aid. The argument was a successful one as the Crown terminated the prosecution days before trial.