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Westminster MC – R v GY

The client was charged for driving with excess alcohol in blood. The Defendant had a needle phobia which was not taken into account by the officer conducting the specimen procedure. Sandra Cooper (reviewing lawyer) wrote to the prosecution highlighting numerous police disclosure failings including the absence of a scientist attached to the SFR1 and non-service of data pack contrary to the criminal procedure rules. After the first hearing the prosecution discontinued the charges in writing avoiding the need for contested trial.

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