What is an Immediate Roadside Prohibition?
While an IRP is not a criminal charge, it carries a possible 90 day driving prohibition, being forced to have the interlock ignition device put in your vehicle as well as being forced to take an online responsible driving program.
If you have been charged with an Immediate Roadside Prohibition, please call Vancouver lawyer, David Karp. David has successfully appealed Immediate Roadside Prohibitions for clients.
“The good news with police issuing Immediate Roadside Prohibitions is that there is no criminal record. The bad news is that you lose your license immediately as well as being subject to certain conditions. You are entitled to appeal this prohibition and getting an experienced lawyer like myself to look at the legal issues is paramount. I have a successful track record in overturning these prohibitions and am available to discuss your case through an initial free consultation.” – David Karp
David Karp is available to assist you 24/7 with legal advice if you have been issued an Immediate Roadside Prohibition. Call David Karp at 604-218-0840 24/7 for a free consultation.