Decriminalizing impaired driving is a flawed concept that would remove protections under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and could potentially lead to massive state intrusion into the personal lives of Albertans.
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“We live in an era in which the criminal justice system place enormous faith in the accuracy and appropriate functions of these instruments,” says Dunn.
BC is wishing to reduce the costs of impaired-driving enforcement, devised a provincial administrative system in 2010 whereby individuals who were stopped for drunk driving would not be charged criminally
Calgary police say they're ready to spot and arrest drivers who are high behind the wheel. They've trained 30 Drug Recognition Experts -- or "D-R-E's" -- to spot drug-impaired drivers.