Failing to allow specimen to be subjected to a laboratory test

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FAIL ALLOW SPECIMEN TO BE SUBJECT TO A LABORATORY TEST
  While driving or attempting to drive While in charge of a vehicle
Endorsement Code DR31 DR61
Description It is an offence for a person who fails, without reasonable excuse, to give their permission for a laboratory test to be carried out on a specimen of blood which was taken while they were incapable of consenting.
Also known as Failing to provide a specimen for analysis, Failing or refusing to supply an evidential specimen, Without reasonable excuse, failing to supply specimens of breath, blood or urine for analysis. Failing to provide breath test, failing to provide blood test, failing to provide urine test, refusing to supply specimen, failing to provide breath, blood or urine sample.
Legislation Road Traffic Act 1988 s.7A(6)
  Drive/attempt to drive In charge of a vehicle
Maximum penalty 6 months prison sentence 3 months prison sentence
Maximum fine £5,000 £2,500
Minimum penalty 12 month driving disqualification and a band C fine 10 penalty points
Sentence guidelines Must endorse and disqualify for at least 12 months. Must endorse and may disqualify, if no disqualification, 10 penalty points will be endorsed.


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