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Chelmsford MC – R v LZ

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol. The issues in the case included the failure of the police to arrange a Lithuanian translator and breath samples were taken despite a 15% breath difference on an earlier abortive breath test in breach of guidance in the MD GG/ A specimen booklet which requires the officer to move to a blood or urine sample. CCTV footage from the specimen procedure was deleted after being requested in writing. The case was discontinued before the trial after the advocate lawyer instructed by Laura Heywood (reviewing lawyer) raised issues with the breath test printout.

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