Are you looking for impaired driving lawyers in Calgary? The experienced team at Roadlawyers is committed to providing exceptional representation in all areas of criminal driving throughout the province. Our experienced impaired driving lawyers in Calgary work hard to protect your rights, and we will keep your best interests in mind at all times. Whether you have been charged with driving “over 80,” refusing a breath sample or leaving the scene of an accident, our team is here to help make sure your rights are observed. We will make sure that you understand all the options available to you.
We’re here to address all of your concerns.
Roadlawyers understands how important your licence is to maintaining your lifestyle and even livelihood. If you’ve been charged with an alcohol-related offence, acting quickly is paramount, as the Alberta Government gives you just 30 days to appeal the automatic suspension of your licence. With our wealth of knowledge and experience, we can quickly review your information and take the necessary steps to protect your driving privileges.
To help you better understand the elements and potential consequences of your charges, we have provided a summary of the law.
Our Alberta impaired driving lawyers are focused on driving offences, so you can rest assured that we understand this complex area of law inside and out. We’ve defended thousands of people and have experience in cases of all types, including ones involving bodily harm or death.
Give Roadlawyers a call to schedule your free consultation. Our impaired driving lawyers in Alberta will provide the legal guidance you need.
If you have been charged with an impaired driving offence, including a failure or refusal to provide a breath sample, it is important for you to have a detailed account of what happened. The more information you can provide, the better chance your lawyer has of successfully defending you.
To ensure that you remember as much detail as possible, Roadlawyers recommends that you complete a written statement in your own words. This questionnaire can help: