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Snaresbrook Crown Court – R v MS

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (53 in breath). The issues included the reliability of the evidential breath test device and bad faith by arresting officers who the client suspected had made false claims about the reason for the vehicle stop. At an appeal against conviction Philip Lucas instructed by Sandra Cooper (reviewing lawyer) successfully opposed an adjournment request after police officers failed to attend resulting in the prosecution offering no evidence. The prosecution claimed this was the fault of court listings but it was pointed out that a notice was sent by the court advising of the change of date of hearing.

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