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Failing to provide a specimen for analysis

The offence of failing to provide a specimen for analysis

Failing to provide a specimen for analysis is a serious offence. This offence is committed if you refuse to provide a specimen of breath, urine or blood without a reasonable excuse after being requested to do so by a police constable.

Sentencing for failing to provide a specimen for analysis

This offence is dealt with in the Magistrates Court. You could receive a custodial sentence of up to six months, a community penalty and/or a fine of up to £5,000. You are also likely to be disqualified from driving for between twelve and thirty six months.

Available defences

There are a number of defences potentially available for this offence of failing to provide a specimen for analysis. Examples include:

  • Asthma
  • Mental disability
  • Phobia of needles

At Ullah Law Associates we are able to advise whether any of the defences are available and to deal with your matter accordingly.

What can Ullah Law Associates do for you?

At Ullah Law Associates our team of extensively experienced solicitors understand the serious nature of this offence and that six months imprisonment and a fine of up to £5,000 can have a huge impact on your life. We will endeavour to do all we can to help you.

The team at Ullah Law Associates is able to help you at every stage of the way from initial enquiries and police interviews right through to representation at the Magistrates Court if necessary.

What to do next

Contact our road traffic solicitors for advice

If you want the best possible road traffic, call our road traffic solicitors on 0208 830 4800. If you are calling out of normal office hours, phone our 24 hour emergency number 07903 734451. Alternatively Fill out the online inquiry form and a member of the team will contact you for a confidential discussion.

Failing to provide a specimen for analysis

The offence of failing to provide a specimen for analysis

Failing to provide a specimen for analysis is a serious offence. This offence is committed if you refuse to provide a specimen of breath, urine or blood without a reasonable excuse after being requested to do so by a police constable.

Sentencing for failing to provide a specimen for analysis

This offence is dealt with in the Magistrates Court. You could receive a custodial sentence of up to six months, a community penalty and/or a fine of up to £5,000. You are also likely to be disqualified from driving for between twelve and thirty six months.

Available defences

There are a number of defences potentially available for this offence of failing to provide a specimen for analysis. Examples include:

  • Asthma
  • Mental disability
  • Phobia of needles

At Ullah Law Associates we are able to advise whether any of the defences are available and to deal with your matter accordingly.

What can Ullah Law Associates do for you?

At Ullah Law Associates our team of extensively experienced solicitors understand the serious nature of this offence and that six months imprisonment and a fine of up to £5,000 can have a huge impact on your life. We will endeavour to do all we can to help you.

The team at Ullah Law Associates is able to help you at every stage of the way from initial enquiries and police interviews right through to representation at the Magistrates Court if necessary.

What to do next

Contact our road traffic solicitors for advice

If you want the best possible road traffic, call our road traffic solicitors on 0208 830 4800. If you are calling out of normal office hours, phone our 24 hour emergency number 07903 734451. Alternatively Fill out the online inquiry form and a member of the team will contact you for a confidential discussion.
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