Mobile Phone Charge Not Guilty Insufficient Evidence
Our client was on nine points when he was charged by the Police with using his mobile phone whilst driving. He was so adamant at the time that he was not using a phone that the Police nearly charged him with a breach of the peace. The irony was that our client didn’t even have a phone in his possession and he was actually driving back to get it. In any event the Crown failed to lead sufficient evidence that the “phone” was actually being used and our no case to answer submission was upheld.
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