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Drink Driving: Obligations to certify medical evidence

In considering the requirements of a driver accused of drink driving offences the Supreme Court has decided that the words: require the person to provide, by exhaling into an apparatus for determining the concentration of alcohol in the breath, 2 specimens of his breath and may indicate the manner in which he is to comply with the requirement” mean that a person need only, on request by a Garda officer, provide two specimens of his/her breath and need not supply […]


The Parliamentary Draftsman (2)

Who will interpret the confused, inarticulate replies? (Some, at least, will be such).