||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 412 (Feb)
||Nigel Ley (instructed by Whitfields, Formby) for the defendant.
||Stuart Mills (instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service) for the prosecution.
||28 February 2003
Road traffic - Drink-driving - Blood specimen - Availability of part of specimen to defendant - Notification to defendant that part of specimen available to him - Delay between notification and taking of specimen - Admissibility of blood analysis.
In all the circumstances, the defendant was seeking to raise new matters of fact and law which were not contained in the case that had been stated by the justices for an appeal by the defendant against his conviction for drink driving. Accordingly, the appeal would be dismissed.
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