Justices had not erred in finding that there had been no abuse of process in a road traffic case where police had allowed a car to be destroyed before a defendant had had a chance to examine it. Although the police had not acted within normal and reasonable practice in destroying the car, the trial had been able to accommodate any disadvantage that arose from the loss of evidence.

DC (Pitchford LJ, Burton J)


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