Director of Public Prosecutions v Wilson: QBD 21 Mar 2001

The use of an admission obtained under compulsion that a driver was the driver, at the time when a car was being driven so as to commit an offence, was not an infringement of the defendant’s human rights, and there was no requirement of a notice that the admission obtained might be used in evidence.


Times 21-Mar-2001, Gazette 03-May-2001


Road Traffic Act 1988 172(2)(b)

Road Traffic, Human Rights

Updated: 19 May 2022; Ref: scu.80057