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DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS V MICHAEL P L LONSDALE (2001)

PUBLISHED February 6, 2001
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[2001] EWHC Admin 95

No objective observer could say that a custody sergeant had reasonable cause to believe that for medical reasons a specimen of breath should not be required, when the sergeant did not know about the condition and the arrested motorist did not communicate with him about it.

QBD (Brooke LJ, Potts J)

06/02/2001

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