Under the Traffic Safety Act, a driver charged with an alcohol-related offence will be issued a Notice of Suspension/Disqualification. This means a person who has provided a breath or blood sample over .05, or refused a demand by a peace officer to provide either a breath or blood sample.
Grounds For Appeal
- That you did not provide a breath or blood sample that was over .05 while you operated or had care or control of a motor vehicle.
- That you did not refuse a demand by a peace officer to supply a breath or blood sample while you operated or had care or control of a motor vehicle.
You may purchase an Application for a Hearing at the Southland Registration Office.
Two Types of Appeal Applications
- Non-personal hearing which requires a written submission.
- A personal hearing, which requires a personal appearance before the Board.
For more information, or if you are unsure which application you should apply for, please refer to this Government of Canada Fact Sheet.