Friday , 24 March 2017

Hundreds of drug drivers may have been wrongly convicted

Forensic Lab Testing

Large scale investigation launched into forensic company who provide drug and alcohol testing to UK police forces and child services sector underway. Employees at Randox Testing Services (RTS) who describe themselves as ‘a market leader in the Forensic Toxicology and Drug and Alcohol Testing industry’ are currently under investigation by …

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Drug driving courses may be available to drug drivers in 2017

Drug Driving Courses Convicted drink drivers are to be educated on drug driving as well as drink driving in newly structured rehabilitation courses. Convicted drink drivers are to be educated on drug driving as well as drink driving in newly structured rehabilitation courses. Combined drink and drug driving courses could …

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Michael Hassini, TOWIE Star, Charged with Drink Driving

Michael Hassini the 21 year old TOWIE (the only way is Essex) star has been charged with drink driving and cocaine possession It is claimed that the TOWIE star crashed his Mercedes into a car which then caused that car to  hit the back of a bus in Oxford Street, London at approximately …

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Drink Driving Solicitor, FREE Legal Advice, England & Wales

Sean Joyce of Stephensons Solicitors LLP is the resident road traffic and drink driving solicitor who offers free initial legal advice to thousands of online forum users. Click here for free legal advice Sean is a solicitor-advocate who is now a partner at Stephensons Solicitors LLP, he became a partner with the law …

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Driving Licence Counterpart Abolished

As of today, Monday 8th June 2015, the paper driving licence counterpart to photo-card driving licences will no longer be valid and will no longer be issued by the DVLA. The changes do not affect photo-card driving licences issued by the DVA in Northern Ireland, the changes only apply to …

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Statutory Option Removed, Legal ‘Loophole’ Closed

New legislation removes statutory option for drink drivers who are just above the legal drink driving limit As of 10th April 2015, motorists can no longer rely on the option of replacing an evidential breath specimen with a blood or urine specimen if their breath test shows they do not exceed the …

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