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Leeds MC – R v HK

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (42 in breath). The legal issues were machine reliability, whether police radios were switched off during the specimen procedure and whether the officer was qualified to use the machine as the operator of the breath test device was being supervised. At the trial, William Staunton, instructed by Laura Heywood (reviewing lawyer) successfully opposed an adjournment request after the prosecution failed to serve witness statements for the breath test operator and the other officer. The prosecution offered no evidence.

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