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Mr Walker did what two other legal adviser's failed to do! After lengthy consultation and advice with two other solicitors they failed to sort this case for me. Mr Walker took a "Late plea to the competency of the charge" *(Late because other advisers failed to take the point) He successfully argued that the point should be debated although this was opposed by the PF but allowed by the court after representations made by Mr Walker. He later attended court and argued that the case should be thrown out....which it was. Delighted with result and happy to recommend Mr Walker's firm to anyone who needs a good road traffic lawyer.
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Failing To Provide A Breath Test

Failing to Provide a Breath Test

Breath Test Machines – Don’t Always Work. If have recently tried to provide a test and the machine failed then contact us immediately. You will have been charged with failing to provide a sample and you stand a very good chance of losing your licence for this unless you are defended properly right from the outset.

Time is of the essence in these cases as we need to do everything we can to secure the evidence before destruction and possible problems for you at the trial.

Provide us with contact details and we will call you at a convenient time. remember that to secure an acquittal in cases of this type you need expert help and you need it fast,

Possible Outcomes of Failing to Provide a Breath Test

Failing to provide a breath sample for analysis is a common charge and one that carries a long disqualification from driving as the most likely outcome. A one way valve is fitted into most EC/IR Intoximeter breath testing devices used in police stations throughout Scotland.

This means that if a simple fitting error occurs you can blow and blow and until the walls of Jericho come tumbling down but the machine will not register your sample.

It is therefore very important if you consider that such a thing has occurred that you contact a specialist road traffic solicitor who will do all that he can to preserve evidence for you and secure your defence.

The alternative is to lose your licence. Often for up to 2 years.

Get a specialist lawyer who will challenge the lack of such evidence and do his best to secure an acquittal for you. For a solicitor who knows how to approach this type of case and the issues that are to be considered when challenging such evidence you really should rely on a specialist law firm.

Graham Walker

Graham Walker

Road Traffic Lawyer at RoadTrafficLaw.com
Road Traffic Lawyer: Graham Walker LLb,DipLP,NP

30 Years practising as a Criminal lawyer in Scotland. Specialising in road traffic law. Whatever the road traffic law problem is we are sure that we can help you. It may be about speed cameras, Speeding fines, penalty points. Call 0800 612 9597.
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