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Ian Mulgrew: Lawyers ask Supreme Court to quash B.C.’s drunk-driving law

B.C.’s controversial drunk-driving legislation is a novel unconstitutional attempt by provinces to use civil and administrative laws to regulate criminal behaviour and the Supreme Court of Canada has been asked to toss it.


In a written brief to the country’s highest bench, Vancouver lawyers Howard Mickelson and Shea Coulson say the automatic roadside prohibitions (ARPs) place government cost cutting above the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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