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Croydon MC – R v TM

The client was prosecuted for driving above the specified limit in cannabis (2.8 in blood). The issues in the case were continuity, medical issues were not referred to a doctor and the police failed to provide a list of analysts with the sample given to the client. At the second hearing which was listed for trial James Brookes (Gold panel lawyer) instructed by Neil Blackaby (reviewing lawyer) successfully persuaded the court to dismiss the charges after the police failed to serve the HORT/5 consent form and no statement was provided by the health care professional who took the sample.

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