What is the standard of review in respect of a police officer's decision to issue a 24-hour driving prohibition?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Gainder v. The Minister of Justice for British Columbia, 2017 BCSC 143 (CanLII):

The standard of review in respect of the police officer’s decision to issue a 24-hour driving prohibition is reasonableness. Guidance with respect to the application of the reasonableness standard is set out in the decision in Dunsmuir v. New Brunswick, 2008 SCC 9 at para. 47:

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