Drink Driving Blood Specimen Not Guilty After Trial

Kept Licence
Aberdeen Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court

Our client was charged with driving a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol level in excess of the permitted limit at teh Beach Esplanade in Aberdeen. Forensic evidence in relation to the blood specimen was challenged by the defence and our client was found not guilty after trial. In our experience drink driving allegations which rely upon the analysis of a blood specimen often falter at trial and we were delighted we could offer our client the benefit of our expertise in this field. 

Published: 02/06/2017

Need help with a similar case?

Contact Us

See also

Drink driving No Case To Answer

Our client was stopped by two Police officers in the act of driving, breathalysed, and found to be in excess of the prescribed limit. A technical line of defence was advanced at trial which resulted in our submission of no case to answer being upheld....