Mr. M was a firefighter in Red Deer who had been charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle. He had been out drinking with friends when he was pulled over on account of a perceived traffic violation. The officer had him provide a roadside sample and ultimately brought him to the district office for breath samples. Mr. M. was referred to our office by a friend who we had previously successfully represented. The case was a relatively strong one; however, the breath technician had made a typographical error with respect to the certificate that proves the blood alcohol concentration. At trial, this error proved to be fatal and the charges against out client were dismissed.