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Swindon MC – R v BQ

The client was prosecuted for drunk in charge (55 in breath). The client had no intention of driving whilst above the prescribed limit as he did not have the keycard for the Tesla vehicle to start the engine and police misconduct was raised as an issue after the client was threatened with improper use of pepper spray. There was also an issue concerning private land at the hotel where the client was parked. The client was represented by Jay Lemosa at the first hearing. The case was discontinued before the second hearing after Laura Heywood (reviewing lawyer) served an expert report confirming the client would have been below the prescribed limit at the time he would have next driven the vehicle.

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