Impaired Driving is considered a criminal record and can affect the life of the person charged in many ways. Here is a letter we recently received from a retired school teacher:
“The first ramification was the shame and embarrassment I felt within my own personal family. To be a role model to two grown boys was humiliating when knowing I faced a criminal record. It was a personal secret within our family that I did not want to share with anyone”
“Travel options became very few. Even though I had a Canadian passport, I could have possibly been prevented from traveling to the US if I was asked if I had a criminal record. This certainly limited my family’s travel options to Canada only if we chose to travel.”
“I was also unable to volunteer my time as a retired teacher to various agencies, since a criminal check is mandatory in most cases. Because of this, I have been prevented from giving my time and expertise to these associations”
“It is fortunate that Pardons Canada offers this service in order to get my life back to normal.”
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