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North Somerset MC – R v GH

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (121 in blood). The issues in the case were the chain of continuity as the label on the tamper evident bag was not completed correctly and the client had not been given the statutory reason for abandoning the...

Bexley Heath MC – R v VG

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (128 in urine). The issues in the case included the timing of the two urine samples which were taken too close together so they were in effect from one stream as opposed to two distinct samples. Jay Lemosa...

Leeds MC – R v LW

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (88 in breath). The issues in the case were the machine had produced two breath samples over the permitted 15% breath difference which required the officer to move to blood or urine in accordance with the MG...

Llandudno MC – R v CN

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (70 in breath). The issues were private land, mental fitness to understand the statutory warning and fitness for interview. Andy Holliday instructed by Laura Heywood (reviewing lawyer) successfully opposed an...

Newcastle under Lyme – R v KO

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (58 in breath). The issues in the case included the reliability of the breath test device and failure to complete the MG DD/A specimen booklet. The client was represented by David Houldcroft at the first...

Cardiff MC – R v MS

The client was prosecuted for failing to provide specimen of blood. The issues in the case included mental fitness and failure by police to arrange translator. Hywel Davies instructed by Laura Heywood (reviewing lawyer) successfully persuaded the prosecution to offer...