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Uxbridge MC – R v SD

The client was prosecuted for driving with excess alcohol in blood. The issues in the case included the reliability of the sample as the container had not been shaken for 30 seconds, continuity and the clients medical fitness to consent. Laura Heywood (reviewing lawyer) raised prosecution disclosure failings including no SFR/2 (level 2 forensic report), no MG DD/C (hospital specimen booklet), no HORT5 (form completed by nurse) and no unused material. The prosecution discontinued the case in writing before the trial after these matters were raised by Richard Berman (instructed by Sandra Cooper) at a case management hearing.

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