R.M. vs. Superintendent of Motor Vehicles

Charge: 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition.
Issue: Whether the investgating officer could prove that our client was a “driver” within the Motor Vehicle Act, and whether our client refused a lawful breath demand.
Result: Driving prohibition revoked. After conidering Mr. Mines’ submissions, the adjudicator concluded that our client was not a “driver” within the MVA definition. All fees refunded to our client. Our client was permitted to resume driving. No conviction. No record.