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Birmingham MC – R v MB

The client was prosecuted for failing to provide breath specimen. The issues in the case included the failure by police to give the statutory warning or complete the MG DD/A specimen booklet, failing in their duty of care by not providing medication and reasonable excuse on medical grounds namely heart condition the symptoms of which the police mistook for intoxication. After representation by Jimmy Ogunshakin at the first hearing, Sandra Cooper (reviewing lawyer) persuaded the prosecution to discontinue charges before the second hearing which was listed for trial as the prosecution failed to supply unused material or witness statements exhibiting video footage.

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