Watch the Global News interview with Norma McLeod, the Victoria Senior with chronic lung disease charged with DUI after “failure to blow.” McLeod is being represented by lawyers Jerry Steele and Jennifer Teryn, who are targeting the rules that changed in 2018 giving police more power to require roadside tests. “Many people are being caught up in on this without having anything to drink. It clearly is at guilt until proven innocent situation,” Steele states in the interview. Steele Law Corporation (formerly Jeremy Carr & Associates) is now looking for others who have been punished for failing the breathalyzer test due to medical conditions to come forward.



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