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    Hello, I recieved a DUI in Vancouver, BC Canada (I live here) and on the 'notice of driving prohibition' it lists the location as Second Narrows Bridge (eastbound). However, the incident actually happened on the Second Narrows Bridge (WESTbound). Is this discrepancy enough for me to successfully win an appeal? If so, what legal argument should I make?

    Please help. My life is riding on this right now..

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    US law only.
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      Das ist in der Doktor!

      Originally posted by dummy View Post
      Hello, I recieved a DUI in Vancouver, BC Canada (I live here) and on the 'notice of driving prohibition' it lists the location as Second Narrows Bridge (eastbound). However, the incident actually happened on the Second Narrows Bridge (WESTbound). Is this discrepancy enough for me to successfully win an appeal? If so, what legal argument should I make?

      Please help. My life is riding on this right now..
      No, it doesn’t matter,
      you were drunk on Second Narrows Bridge, you could argue you’re an idiot and didn’t know WHAT direction you were going….
      I would suggest exploring public transportation,
      ..your driving privileges are probably history.
      Good luck!

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      drruthless
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      Last edited by drruthless; 05-12-2011, 11:47 PM.

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      • #4
        FYI, US law and Canadian law are not the same, and the only Canadian law expert we have here only knows employment law. We're not just being a stickler for the rules; there is no one here who knows the answer.

        Of course, if some expert in Canadian criminal law happens by, they are welcome to post the answer. But I did want to point out the reason you're not getting an answer.
        The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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