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DUI, DWI & Criminal Legislation in Ontario
Criminal Code of Canada , section: 258 (1) (a)
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DUI Procedure/Evidence, Care or Control Presumption
258. (1) In any proceedings under subsection 255(1) in respect of an offence committed under section 253 or in any proceedings under subsection 255(2) or (3), (a) where it is proved that the accused occupied the seat or position ordinarily occupied by a person who operates a motor vehicle, vessel or aircraft or any railway equipment or who assists in the operation of an aircraft or of railway equipment, the accused shall be deemed to have had the care or control of the vehicle, vessel, aircraft or railway equipment, as the case may be, unless the accused establishes that the accused did not occupy that seat or position for the purpose of setting the vehicle, vessel, aircraft or railway equipment in motion or assisting in the operation of the aircraft or railway equipment, as the case may be;
Comments : Care or Control Presumption. A person sitting in the driver's seat is presumed to have "care or control". "Care or control" can, however be proved in other ways.
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