I'm thankful neither she nor anyone else was hurt, but now she is being told she may loose her insurance or it will double and it's been suggested to me that she should fight it.
Is there any way to do that given she did fall asleep - and admitted to the officer. Her breath sample was well below any warning - she had one glass of wine with her dinner.
Given her limited income and insurance ramifications I'm curious if there is anything she can do,
The other option is to fight the charge outright. If you go that route, Id suggest retaining some type of representation however. Theyd be in a good position to advise if the Crown has a strong case that would be worth the risk of going to trial.
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