Driver who lost licence for lack of breath sample will get a new hearing (Times Colonist)

I’m confident we will get the IRP revoked as soon as possible and Norma can move on with her life. That woman has been through too much and she deserves justice.

Jennifer Teryn, Lawyer

“A Victoria cancer survivor who lost her driver’s licence and had her car impounded after she was unable to provide a proper breath sample is relieved she has been given a second chance to have her immediate roadside prohibition revoked.

The Superintendent of Motor Vehicles has offered to conduct a rehearing of Norma McLeod’s immediate roadside prohibition, also known as an IRP, her lawyer Jennifer Teryn said.”

Louise Dickson, Times Colonist

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