The New Presumption of Identity: Proof of Elements (On-Demand)
- SKU: OC-62135.05
Explore how legislative updates to the Criminal Code section 320.31(1)(a) lead to substantial changes to both substantive and procedural impaired driving law. In examining the question about certifiable alcohol standards, this presentation reviews the decisions of numerous cases under both the old and new legislation.
This on-demand program was originally presented as an in-person program in November, 2019. Click here for additional resources from the original program, Impaired Driving.
Presenters: Tim Foster QC and Melissa Kostiuk
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