Care and Control

Care and Control

You were driving home from a party when you became very tired and you decided to pull over at the side of the road to “sleep it off”. You thought you had done the right thing however, you are woken by an officer at your car window. The officer noticed a faint odour of alcohol on your breath and made a breath demand. You failed the roadside breath sample and then provided two more breath samples at a police station and the results showed that your blood-alcohol concentration in your body was twice the legal limit of 80 ml per 100 ml of blood. It is a criminal offence to be “in care and control” of a vehicle either when impaired or over 80, even if you are not driving.

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