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Fail to provide a breath sample at Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court – Trial Diet: 24 October 2014 – client charged with failure to co-operate with a preliminary test namely a preliminary breath test in pursuance of a requirement imposed upon you under Section 6(1) and 6(6) of the aftermentioned Act by a Police Constable of Police Service of Scotland, Glasgow a Constable in uniform who reasonably suspected that you had been driving a motor vehicle on a road or public place and did commit a traffic offence whilst said vehicle was in motion Contrary to the Road Traffic Act 1988 Section 6(1), 6(4), 6(6) and 6A and also without reasonable excuse fail to provide two specimens of breath for analysis  by means of a device of a type approved by the Secretary of State in pursuance of a requirement imposed under the Road Traffic Act 1988, Section 7 Contrary to said Act, Section 7(6) and it will be shown that the said specimens of breath were required to ascertain your ability to drive or the proportion of alcohol in your breath at the time you were driving a motor vehicle on a road or public place – Outcome case deserted simpliciter.