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What is the Drug Evaluation and Classification Program (DECP)?

If you are charged in the Greater Toronto Area with driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs, the Crown can seek a conviction based on bodily fluid sampling, subjective evidence presented by a drug recognition expert (DRE), or both. Because bodily fluid sampling techniques, devices ...

What is a Controlled Substance DUI?

DUI is the acronym used in Ontario to describe "driving under the influence" of alcohol and/or drugs and covers all elements of the province's impaired driving laws. While most people assume that DUI primarily applies to alcohol impaired driving, police pursue controlled substance ...

Underage DUI: Consequences and Penalties in Ontario

Legal penalties for driving under the influence (DUI) in Ontario are severe, but underage and newly licensed drivers face tougher DUI-related restrictions that result in additional penalties if broken. Ontario Drivers under the age of 21, as well as newly licensed drivers of any age ...

What are the Chances of Winning a DUI Case in Ontario?

When people charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Ontario find out how severe the penalties are if convicted, they usually want to know what their chances are of beating the charges. Naturally, the answer depends upon numerous factors as each DUI case is ...