Here is a thank you letter we recently recieved from a client we helped to obtain a Canada Pardon for a DUI (Impaired Driving, Over 80, Refusal to take Breathalizer):
“What a pleasant surprise to receive a letter stating that my official Pardon has been issued by the Federal Government of Canada! Overwhelming relief is a more appropriate term, for how I am feeling right now.”
“On Jan 2000 I had a car accident from a DUI which resulted in a long court case that ended up in a judgement of a fine of $1,700, 2 year suspension of my drivers licence, 2 years probation and 200 community services. I did not include the $5000 for a lawyer, or that my 1995 Dodge Firefly was a total loss and I continued payments on it for 2 years.”
“You would thinks that such a devastating chain of events would have convinced me that I had reached bottom (I am an alchoholic at thirteen and was drinking daily), and that I would have sought help for the umpteenth time to stop drinking. Unfortunately that was not the case and my life continued to be chaotic until May 2009, the date of my sobriety.”
“I decided to make a life changing move by returning to college to further my education in the Health Care field, more specifically to provide homecare to the elderly. I completed my first program for the PSW course and had to divulge that I had a criminal record to my teacher because of my DUI.”
“The Canada Pardon came just in time for my 360 hour filed placement in a high end senior citizen home in my area, where after a local police check, I will be an “Activities Coordinator”.
“I can assure you that as I approach my second year of sobriety, I will NEVER drink and drive again. I feel so relieved about getting my Canada Pardon.”
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