The roadside testing devices that now are judge and jury are not always accurate
Mario Knezevic’s family arrived from Europe to help him celebrate his bravery medals for rescuing and resuscitating a drowned two-year-old.
He didn’t expect he would also have to introduce them to B.C.’s new arbitrary, anti-drunk-driving program and its severe, some might even say draconian, punishments.
More importantly, perhaps, he was surprised it left him with such a bitter feeling of being treated unfairly and far too harshly.
And he is one of many thousands, if anecdotal evidence of lawyers is to be believed.