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Croydon MC – R v BD

The client was charged for driving with failing to provide breath specimen and careless driving. The client was not mentally fit to comply with the specimen procedures or understand the statutory warning which is a strict legal requirement. Sandra Cooper (reviewing lawyer) made written representations to the CPS that they were required to serve body cam footage and MG DD/A breath test booklet as this material did not appear on the schedule of unused material which indicated this was to be used as evidence. The prosecution discontinued the matter on the grounds they were unable to comply with their disclosure duties after failing to provide this additional evidence.

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