Mr. V. retained Mr. Wyman after he had been charged with impaired operation of a vehicle outside of Airdrie. The officer in question pulled our client over on a range road because concerns he had with respect to Mr. V’s overhead truck lights. After initiating the traffic stop the officer noted indicia of impairment and ultimately brought the client back to the RCMP detachment for breath samples. At trial Mr. Wyman filed a constitutional argument alleging that the traffic stop was an arbitrary one in that the Traffic Safety Act nor the common law permitted a detention for the reasons suggested by the officer. The Crown agreed and withdrew the charges prior to the trial’s commencement.