Sarah has been defending Immediate Roadside Prohibitions (IRPs) since the law was first introduced in 2010. She understands the devastating consequences that a 90-day driving prohibition can have for a person.
DRIVING PROHIBITION LETTERS
Your license is important to you, and when ICBC wants to take it away, the consequences can be dire. Sarah understands this. She knows what to say and how to say it to maximize your chance of keeping your license.
Violation tickets can have a significant impact on your insurance rates and your ability to drive. If you need a clean driver’s abstract for your job, they could also affect your employment. Sarah knows how important a clean driving record is.
DRIVING WHILE PROHIBITED
Sarah has been defending driving while prohibited charges since 2010. She knows the complex legal issues and defences that are available to people who have been charged with this offence. Sarah will work hard to protect your driving privileges and your liberty.
Sarah has been defending people accused of criminal activity since 2010. Sarah is sensitive enough to guide you through this difficult time, but tough enough to advocate on your behalf.
Sarah has defending countless people accused of shoplifting through the years. The vast majority of her clients are first time offenders, who have never been in contact with the criminal justice system before. They are good people, who have made a mistake and are now facing potentially life-altering consequences.
Criminal Driving Offences
Sarah has particular knowledge in the area of impaired driving. She has defended clients accused of impaired driving, driving with a BAC over 0.08, dangerous driving, refusal and ASD refusal. She has dealt with charges involving both alcohol and drug impairment. She has dealt with difficult cases, often involving injuries and even death. Sarah understands the law. She understands your rights.
Assault covers a wide range of conduct in this country. It is defined as any intentional act of violence towards another person that is done without their consent.
The only thing more stigmatizing than an accusation of sexual assault, is a conviction for it. In this day and age, a conviction for sexual assault can effectively destroy a persons’ life. It can also preclude them from many future opportunities and the stigma may follow them for decades into the future. An allegation of sexual assault is serious. It should be taken seriously.
Mischief is considered a property crime in Canada. A person commits this offence if they intentionally destroy or damage property, do something to render property dangerous, useless, inoperative or ineffective or interfere with another person’s use, enjoyment or operation of their property.