Thursday, April 29, 2010

British Columbia drunk-driving laws to hide penalties

"One of the consequences of B.C.'s new drunk driving laws is that many of the penalties will be imposed in secret, with no public record of the offence.

B.C.'s superintendent of motor vehicles confirmed yesterday that the new administrative penalties for impaired driving will not show up in any court records and are shielded from public scrutiny.

"When it comes to a person's driving record, that's considered personal and confidential," said superintendent Steve Martin."

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