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Cheltenham MC – R v SM

The client was prosecuted for driving above the specified limit in drugs namely cannabis (2.1ug) and driving whilst unfit through drink. The issues in the case were continuity and the officer failed to ask if there were medical reasons why blood could not be taken....

Willesden MC – R v AS

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (80 in breath). The issues in the case were the reliability of the breath test device as the pre-release test was incompatible and there was insufficient evidence of driving. The client was represented at the...

Croydon MC – R v TM

The client was prosecuted for driving above the specified limit in cannabis (2.8 in blood). The issues in the case were continuity, medical issues were not referred to a doctor and the police failed to provide a list of analysts with the sample given to the client. At...

Lincoln MC – R v SL

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (148 in urine). The issues in the case were the evidential sample was taken less than 2 minutes after the first discarded sample contrary to caselaw. David Houldcroft (Gold panel lawyer) instructed by Neil...

Salisbury MC – R v PC

The client was prosecuted for failing to provide breath (vehicle driver). The issues in the case were failure by police to give the statutory warning. At the second hearing which was listed for trial Alex Gallagher (platinum level lawyer) instructed by Neil Blackaby...