Director of Public Prosecutions v Noe: QBD 19 Apr 2000

When required to give a sample of breath, the motorist consented but made his consent conditional upon first having access to a law book. He was charged with refusing to provide a specimen of breath without a lawful excuse. A motorist is not entitled to add a condition to his consent, and he had no reasonable excuse.


Times 19-Apr-2000, Gazette 18-May-2000


Road Traffic Act 1988 7(6)


England and Wales

Road Traffic, Crime

Updated: 05 May 2022; Ref: scu.80039