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Luton Crown Court – R v DP

The client was charged with failing to provide breath specimen. Richard Berman (instructed by Laura Heywood) successfully appealed a driving ban. The client had provided one breath sample below the prescribed limit but had been unable to provide a second sample. It was argued that the fact one sample was below meant the client posed no risk to other road users and amounted to special reasons. This legal argument was accepted by the Court.

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