Refuse Breath Test and Other Charges – Not Guilty, Fine
- Refuse Breath Test
- Drive While Suspended By Infringements
- Exceed Speed Limit
- Possess Cannabis
- Possess Heroin
The magistrate however ruled that there was no sufficient proof to prove that our client was “in charge” of a motor vehicle at the time of the alleged offending. Hence the police did not have the right to subject him to a breath test.
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