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Romford MC – R v SS

The client was charged for driving with excess alcohol in blood. The issues were significant mistakes in procedure after the police charged the client on a breath sample despite a 15% breath difference. The prosecution amended the charge to a blood sample at which time the continuity of the chain of custody was challenged with request for SFR2 forensic report. The prosecution failed to serve this additional evidence. After written representations from Laura Heywood (reviewing lawyer) and warning of disclosure application and wasted costs from Eugene MacLaughlin (reviewing lawyer) the prosecution discontinued the charges.

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