Whether after a dock identification by a police officer of a defendant charged with failing to provide a urine specimen and after a blood specimen had been refused the police officer could thereafter require the defendant to produce a urine specimen the defendant could properly be convicted of the offence.

QBD (McCowan LJ, Popplewell J)

24/04/1997

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