My mother in law was stopped in a ride program at 10 am a couple of weeks ago, she was asked to provide a breath sample which she was unable to do, due to a medical condition called copd. She has now been charged with failing to provide a breath sample. We went to court and we were asked to get medical evidence stating her medical condition and we did.My mother in law has been asked by the crown attorney for further medical evidence then what she has been able to provide stating that her condition would stop her from providing a sample however none of her doctors are able to help in the time provided and this matter is urgent in getting done and over with.. what should we do.
Answer by Lawrence Gridin
Posted over 8 years ago
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