Our Calgary lawyers will protect your rights throughout the proceedings.
Our team of lawyers is available to assist you with the suspension appeal process
Don’t wait to call our lawyers if you are charged with a DUI.
Our experienced Calgary DUI lawyers will provide you with criminal defence.
Are you facing charges of driving under the influence or impaired driving? When in need of impaired driving lawyers, Alberta residents should start with the experienced legal representation of Roadlawyers.
Many people do not realize that these criminal driving offences carry serious long-term consequences, including automatic licence suspension. If you need to drive to work in order to support yourself and your family, the loss of your licence is a heavy price to pay for an error in judgment. That’s where we come in. Your counsel at Roadlawyers will ensure that your legal rights are protected every step of the way.
Hiring an impaired driving lawyer in Alberta who truly understands your rights is essential to your defence. With more than 30 years of experience, Roadlawyers focuses almost exclusively on impaired driving offences, offering the representation you need. Our lawyers have focused their careers on defending people charged with criminal driving offences and have established themselves as experienced, successful counsel in this area.
Impaired driving is one of the most technically complicated areas in criminal law, which means you want alberta impaired driving lawyers with extensive knowledge and experience in this area. At Roadlawyers, we know impaired driving law inside and out. We have been counseled in leading case and have frequently instructed other lawyers on how to defend impaired driving cases.
We have successfully defended thousands of people charged in the following areas:
If you have been charged with any of these offences, call Road Lawyers NOW for free consultation with one of our impaired driving lawyers. It is important to contact us right away as you have just 30 days to appeal the ALS suspension which is a minimum of 15 months from the date you are charged.