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Portsmouth MC – R v ML

The client was prosecuted for being in charge above the specified limit in drugs (Ketamine). The issues in the case were the statutory warning was not clearly communicated, the MG DD/B specimen booklet was illegible, the consent form for the blood sample was not served, the client lacked mental capacity, he was not properly assessed by a health care professional before the specimen procedure and the continuity of the blood sample was disputed as no forensic examination record was served. Phillip Lucas (Gold panel lawyer) instructed by Sandra Cooper (reviewing lawyer) served a skeleton argument on the prosecution setting out these matters resulting in the charges being discontinued before the trial.

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