This is not necessarily true, as the Charter of Rights itself defends and guarantees your right to counsel. You have the right to obtain legal advice and find a good lawyer to represent you and, as long as your attempts to contact one is genuine, you can make as many phone calls as you will need to get a lawyer that you can trust.

If you are being arrested on the road for impaired driving and you are being forced to take a breath test, you have the right to call your lawyer before taking any test and the police should be able to assist you in making your call first.

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Our law firm has offices in Toronto (North York), Kitchener, London, and Windsor to help clients throughout Ontario start building their strongest possible defence as soon as possible.

Call Kruse Law Firm today to set up a free consultation. We will provide you with our legal advice, review the court process for your case, and carefully outline your options. Our quote for legal fees will be in writing so there will be no surprises for you. You will be under absolutely no obligation to retain us and you will at least receive free legal advice.