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Thames MC – R v MQ

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol (67 in breath). The reliability of the breath test device was disputed and the client was not provided with a copy of the breath test printout. The client was represented at the first hearing by James Brookes. The charges were discontinued following the first hearing after Neil Blackaby (reviewing lawyer) raised non-service of the video footage from the police station breath test procedure which was due to the custody sergeant being absent from duties.

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