A.K. vs. Superintendent of British Columbia

Charge: 90 Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition (IRP).
Issue: Whether the investigating officer could prove that our client had care or control of the parked vehicle he was found sleeping in.
Result: Mr. Johnson was able to successfully persuade the adjudicator that our client was not a “driver” within the Motor Vehicle Act definition. Our client’s driving prohibition was overturned, his car was released and all fees were returned, allowing him to resume driving.