Ms. J drove recklessly through a red light near a construction zone on her way home after a long day of waitressing. She was pulled over by police who suspected impairment. She failed the approved screening device and was arrested and taken to the police station to blow into a Breathalyzer, which she narrowly failed, blowing barely ten mg above the legal limit. Through negotiating with the Crown and coming to the conclusion that there may have been a margin of error with the Breathalyzer results, Zalman Haouzi successfully persuaded the Crown to drop both impaired driving charges and instead swapped them out for the Highway Safety Code infraction of dangerous driving, giving Ms. J four demerit points rather than a criminal conviction which would have resulted in a criminal record.