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Manitoba Provincial Judge to Appear in Court on Drunk-Driving Charge

Impaired Driving
(Impaired driving image via Shutterstock)

A Manitoba judge has been placed on administrative leave after being charged with impaired driving.

Provincial court Judge Michel Chartier was charged by Carberry RCMP on Sunday with also having a blood alcohol level over .08.

Chartier was released on a promise to appear in Brandon court on March 24.

In a statement, Chief Judge Ken Champagne said there will be no further comment on the charges.

— Staff



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