QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION
THE ADMINISTRATIVE COURT
B e f o r e :
|JEROME GREVILLE WHYTE||(CLAIMANT)|
|THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS||(DEFENDANT)|
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MR S WILD (instructed by The Crown Prosecution Service, River Park House, Wood Green, N22 8HQ) appeared on behalf of the DEFENDANT
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"Was there any evidence upon which a reasonable bench, properly directing itself, could have held that there was a proportion of alcohol in the Appellant's blood which exceeded the prescribed limit?"
"Where one of the questions on which the opinion of the High Court is sought is whether there was evidence which the magistrates' court could come to its decision, the particular findings of fact made by the magistrates' court which it is claimed cannot be supported by the evidence before the magistrates' court shall be specified in such application."
"Was there any evidence upon which a reasonable bench, properly directing itself, could have held that the blood purportedly analysed by the forensic service was, in fact, that of the Appellant?"