Mr. MacLeod, I have concerns of going to the third stage of the drug testing regime because of its invasive nature. Frankly, we end up with evidence that's going to be admissible but doesn't prove anything. It could be very prejudicial in the mind of the judge, in terms of somebody having consumed an illicit drug.
Has the Bar Association looked at a regime that would allow the legislation to proceed on stage one and two—that is, the roadside assessment and then the DRE assessment at the station—but not go into the third stage at this point, or not put it into play until something occurs, according to some scientific standards? Or has the Bar Association looked at just keeping it out of the legislation?
Have you done any analysis of that kind of approach? Also, do you have any sense of how the Bar Association would feel about that kind of approach?