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Supreme Court to hear pair of impaired driving cases
Last Updated on December 5, 2014
CTV News, Vancouver, B.C.
The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear a pair of cases involving drivers stopped by police at roadside checks.
One of the cases involves a British Columbia man who got a warning reading after blowing into a roadside screening device.
Lee Michael Wilson received a three-day driving ban in September 2012 after the roadside device registered a blood-alcohol level in the warning range.