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North Somerset MC – R v GH

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (121 in blood). The issues in the case were the chain of continuity as the label on the tamper evident bag was not completed correctly and the client had not been given the statutory reason for abandoning the breath test procedure. The client was represented by Lewis Perry at the first hearing. Laura Heywood (reviewing lawyer) persuaded the prosecution to discontinue the charges before trial having highlighted non-disclosure of video footage of the specimen procedure and quality assurance certificate for the blood analysis.

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