police: There are exceptions for people who consumed the alcohol that put them over the limit after they stopped driving but it falls on the motorist to prove that, according to CTV. The two-hour rule means police no longer have to catch an impaired driver before they leave their vehicle. The changes, which took effect last month, make it a criminal offence to have too high of a blood-alcohol level within two hours of driving. Officers can show up at a suspect's home or workplace, or wherever else they may be, demanding a breath sample. They're going to make it more difficult for the police and the prosecutors, and they're going to make it more difficult for the average citizen. These new changes are radical, Calgary-based criminal defence lawyer Ian Savage told CTVNews.ca. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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