The client was charged for driving with excess alcohol in blood. The defence expert Dr Mundy identified numerous issues with the reliability of the blood analysis including evidence of contamination, incorrect quality assurance criteria was used, no results of the fluoride analysis were disclosed, and there were continuity issues with the sample reference from the blood specimen booklet which was not mentioned in the documentation supplied by the analyst. Dr Robinson, psychologist also confirmed that the client was not mentally fit to understand the statutory warning. The prosecution agreed both reports. Jay Lemosa, instructed by Laura Heywood (reviewing lawyer) persuaded the prosecution to discontinue the charges.