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R. vs. C.M. – Vancouver Provincial Court

Charge: Driving While Prohibited.

Issue: Whether it was in the public interest to proceed with the charge, which carries a one year mandatory minimum driving prohibition upon conviction.

Result: Mr. Mines was able to persuade Crown counsel to proceed on the lesser charge of driving without a valid drivers license. The court agreed with Mr. Mines’ submissions and imposed a fine but did not impose any driving prohibition.

R. vs. S.K. – North Vancouver Provincial Court

Charge: Driving while Prohibited.

Issue: Whether our client would be sentenced to the mandatory minimum 12 month driving prohibition.

Result: Mr. Mines was able to persuade Crown counsel to proceed on the lesser charge of driving without a valid drivers license. Our client was sentenced to a fine. No driving prohibition.