BC’s Impaired Driving Laws to Stay the Same

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This after the BC Court of Appeal rejected a bid to have the laws deemed unconstitutional.

 As of now, laws allow police to arrest someone and impound their vehicles if they fail a breathalyzer.

 People are arguing that the laws violate your right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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