The Canadian Press

2015-10-16 | SCOC Drunk Driving

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Canada's top court says roadside suspensions and hefty fines for drunk driving in British Columbia don't violate people's constitutional right to the presumption of innocence. B-C's Justice minister Suzanne Anton reacted to two separate rulings by saying the province's tough laws have saved 260 lives since 2010 and that other provinces could enact similar laws. (B-C amended the law in 2012 to deal with unlawful search and seizure, allowing drivers who failed a roadside breath test to ask for a second test and apply for a review of their driving prohibition.)

Date: 2015-10-16
Placeline: VANCOUVER.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 15 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << start to follow up with penalties keep our roads safe for British Columbia >>


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