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Underage drivers and drivers who have just newly acquired their licenses face tougher DUI-related restrictions as well as additional penalties if they were charged with driving under the influence in Ontario. Drivers under 21 and newly licensed drivers with M1, M2, G1, and G2 graduated licenses cannot have any alcohol in their system when driving.
Impaired driving or a DUI in Toronto is a severe offence that will result in criminal charges and conviction if not addressed properly. It is important to take DUI charges seriously and get the services of a DUI lawyer as soon as possible to prevent worse consequences.
The circumstances surrounding a DUI charge can be embarrassing and it could be tempting to try to hide some things from your lawyer. Perhaps you were out drinking with people whom you do not want to be publicly associated with, perhaps you were in a place you didn’t want anyone to know; but is hiding these things from your DUI lawyer a good idea?
ven without a conviction, a charge for a criminal offence in Canada will have grave consequences that you need to address before things go from bad to worse. Make sure to observe the following actions if you want to avoid more negative consequences after you’re criminally charged.
Today, we bring you part 3 and the last installment of the Drinking and Driving Statistics in Canada for 2021 That You Should Be Concerned About.
Drinking and driving issues are some of the biggest contributors to issues in public health and safety in Canada even when lockdowns and quarantines are in place. With this in mind, below is part 2 of our article on Drinking and Driving Statistics Canada for 2021 That You Should Be Concerned About.