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Pardons Canada: Everything You Need To Know About Ignition Interlock Devices for DUIs

Drunk driving is a global problem, and governments have been implementing strategies to reduce the number of people driving while under the influence of alcohol. So far, among the strategies employed to combat drunk driving, ignition interlock installation is proving to be one of the most effective. Several studies attest to the effectiveness of installing ignition interlock devices (IID),…

Pardons Canada: Getting a Job with a DUI

Visitor: I am a Nurse, registered with the College of Nurses and this DUI or Impaired Driving charge is preventing me from successful employment. I quit my Emergency job, my estranged partner is a drug addict. I remain sober of alcohol (my abuse drug of choice) for 2 years. How much will this cost and…

Pardons Canada: The cost of a DUI or Impaired Driving in Canada

Visitor:  It shouldn’t cost someone with a first offence more money to get a fresh start and obtain a pardon for a DUI…I’ve paid $900 to get my car back from impound, the judge that I had increased my fine from $1000 to $1500, speeding ticket of $580…$120 each month monitoring fee for that blow box…

Pardons Canada: Getting a Job with a theft offence

pardons.org Visitor: I worked 25 years at Sheraton on the falls and worked my way up to supervisor. 3 years ago I had to stop working to assist my husband. He passed away 6 months ago and I’m trying to adjust with pensions. I’ve put in applications to the point of actually getting interviews at…

Pardons Canada: How it Feels to Get a DUI

www.pardons.org Thank you for speaking with me the other day. I have had the worst two weeks of my ilife and this is destroying me. I am keeping it together outside but inside I am dying. I made a first mistake in my life by getting this DUI but I am crippling all of those…

Pardons Canada: Remove Withdrawn and Stayed Charges

The police have taken my fingerprints 2 times to my knowledge and I have never been found guilty of any crime. I am 35 years old. 4 years ago, I was charged with assault, but the charge was withdrawn upon report of my broken ankle and a witness who watched the person slam my foot…