IRP Judicial Review and Appeals
If the adjudicator at The Office of the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles (RoadSafetyBC) upholds your Immediate Roadside Prohibition, the only way to further challenge the driving suspension is to appeal the RoadSafetyBC review decision to court by way of judicial review.
Kyla Lee and Brandon Moscoe conduct judicial review and appeals of IRP decisions to BC Supreme Court, the BC Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. Many of the key court decisions were the results of the hard-working lawyers at Acumen Law including court decisions on the constitutional validity of the IRP law. Kyla Lee was the first to succeed at the Supreme Court of Canada opposing the BC Government’s leave to appeal in the case of Murray v. the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles.
The decision of Buhr v. the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles, a case argued by Acumen IRP lawyer Kyla Lee, ruled that the Superintendent’s Report on Approved Screening Devices was inadmissible, opening the door for many more successful appeals of IRP review decisions. Acumen Law Corporation has been at the forefront of the newsworthy developments in IRP law. Acumen lawyers succeeded in having the Interlock requirement lifted for thousands of British Columbians due to their BC Supreme Court challenge.
If you lost at your IRP hearing, a judicial review is your only option to lift the IRP driving suspension.
Our goal is to succeed at the RoadSafetyBC hearing. We conduct judicial reviews in cases where we believe there is a significant likelihood of success.
Call us and we can discuss your case.