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Reading MC – R v ZS

The Defendant was charged with failing to provide blood at the police station and failing to provide a preliminary breath sample at the roadside. The issues included needle phobia, failure to give statutory reasons for moving to a blood sample and failure to give the statutory warning at the roadside. The prosecution discontinued the main charge before trial. Raoul Fishman, instructed by Neil Blackaby (reviewing lawyer) persuaded the prosecution to offer no evidence on the preliminary sample after raising disclosure failures in respect of body worn video footage and officers had been de-warned without the permission of the Court.

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