Jonathan Lapid

DUI Lawyer


Canadian Blood Alcohol Content Laws Explained

Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) refers to the percent of alcohol (ethyl alcohol or ethanol) in a person’s bloodstream. A BAC of .10% means that an individual’s blood supply contains one-part alcohol for every 1000 parts blood, and this directly relates to how inebriated a person is. In...
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Is Driving Under the Influence of Cannabis the same as Alcohol?

Since the legalization of marijuana in Canada, questions have emerged regarding its safety as a controlled substance. And along with an entirely new set of rules and legal framework comes the most pressing question of all: driving and the operation of machinery while intoxicated. As the Federal Gove...
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