Regina v Inner London Justices ex parte Cukic: Admn 1 Sep 1995

The applicant sought judicial review of the refusal of the magistrates to state a case for him to appeal to the High Court. He had been convicted of failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis. The magistrates considered the request frivolous within the 1980 Act. He held, as a finding of fact, that the defendant had not been misled by the form as he claimed to have been.
Held: the request to state a case was frivolous, and was properly refused.


The Lord Chief Justice Of England (Lord Bingham Of Cornhill ) And Mr Justice Cresswell


[1995] EWHC Admin 3




Road Traffic Act 1988 7(6), Magistrates Courts Act 1980 111(5)


England and Wales


CitedDirector of Public Prosecutions v Billington 1988
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Magistrates, Road Traffic

Updated: 10 July 2022; Ref: scu.136188