IRP Lawyer in Vancouver

If you have been searching for an IRP lawyer in Vancouver, and have recently been served with a ADP or IRP roadside suspension and don’t know how to deal with the often stressful situation? Below is a list of important considerations and resources available for you if you have been served with a driving prohibition.  Jamie Butler, a seasoned IRP defence lawyer, is here to help you and has successfully defended hundreds of clients with driving prohibition matters – take action now to successfully deal with your particular situation and feel free to contact us if you need additional help after viewing the resources below. CLICK ON the relevant LINK below to fully understand your driving prohibition

A 90-day ADP driving prohibition (Administrative Driving Prohibition) is normally the first thing you need to deal with if you have been charged with driving “over .08” or refusal to blow. The Notice of Prohibition serves as the recipient’s license for 21 days until the 90-day ICBC ADP comes into effect.

YOU CAN CHALLENGE the 90-day driving prohibition, but you must file your Application for Review within 7 days of being served the Notice.

To challenge the driving prohibition you should speak with a criminal lawyer so the lawyer can help you with the paperwork and pick a date for the hearing. Then the Application for Review must be filed at an ICBC Driver Services Center. Jamie Butler – our legal IRP and ADP specialist – can help you when you act quickly after the incident to ensure relevant documents are filed and you have the best chance possible of presenting a credible and successful defence for your ADP or IRP suspension. Call us right now to get started, or for FREE advice from a lawyer who has successfully defended hundreds of these cases – at 604-318-3838.

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    3. How to fight your IRP or ADP driving prohibition?
    4. What are the defences available for an IRP or ADP? Do these defences actually work?


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