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Gwent MC – R v CM

The client was prosecuted for failing to provide specimen of blood. Phillip Lucas instructed by Sandra Cooper (reviewing lawyer) persuaded the court to dismiss the charge after arguing the officer did not have grounds to require blood after admitting he did not accept...

Horsham MC – R v GM

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (205 in blood). The issues were the statutory warning was not given, continuity, sample not provided for independent analysis and fitness to consent. Sneha Shrestha (platinum level lawyer) represented the...

Mansfield MC – R v DW

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (78 in breath). The issues in the case included mistakes in procedure and post driving alcohol consumption (hip flask defence). The charges were discontinued before the first hearing after Laura Heywood...

York MC – R v PS

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (98 in blood). The issues in the case included continuity, fitness to be detained, insufficient evidence of driving, the vial was not shaken for 30 seconds, duress of circumstances and special reasons. The...

Mansfield MC – R v GE

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (40 in breath). The issues in the case were the printout contained breath alcohol levels below the prescribed limit and the police had failed to obtain a back track calculation to support the higher breath...

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....