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Defence of Failure to Provide Urine or Blood Sample

Defence of Failure to Provide Urine or Blood Sample

The provision of blood and urine samples is a fertile ground for an expert motoring solicitor and the following are points that may assist in the prosecution being unable to prove beyond reasonable doubt that you were drink driving:

  1. An independent defence analysis of the sample that you provided at the police station demonstrates that the prosecution reading is inaccurate or less than alleged.
  2. A defect in the procedure when the blood or urine sample is taken from you by a registered medical practitioner or police officer.
  3. The prosecution being unable to prove that the sample taken from you is the same sample analysed by the Forensic Scientist instructed by the Police.
  4. Asking the prosecution to prove ‘continuity of evidence’ where samples of either blood or urine are taken to support the prosecution for drink driving.

#1 Motoring Solicitors have defended allegations of drink driving where samples of blood or urine have been taken by the police. Through our expert intervention, utilising the technicalities and loopholes of the Drink Driving Legislation and Road Traffic Act, many clients have been found not guilty.

Blood Sample or Urine Sample

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Based in Cardiff, #1 Motoring Solicitors have have defended clients throughout South Wales and the West, including Newport, Swansea and Llanelli. If you would like our professional help with concern to a blood or urine sample then please get in touch.

Please contact us for our further professional advice about the Notice of Intended Prosecution.

Jon Wilkins

Jonathan Wilkins

Head of #1 Motoring Solicitors Jon Wilkins has nearly two decades of experience defending drivers for motoring offences.


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