They are stating Hednesford which is where the car park was which is roadside and section 6 should they have not stated where the police station was because the are pursuing section 7 of the Act which states has to be done at the police station? Basically have they made an error on the charge sheet?
Basically have they messed up the charge sheet because the police station is not in Hednesford that is where the car park is and he would have been requesting preliminary breath tests section 6. Section 7 has to be done at the police station and if they have is the case dismissed?
Basically my predicament is that I moved the car and obviously now wrongly refused the breath tests because the car park states private and a £85 pound fine. It is only small and is used by five separate business's and some even have name plates on spaces for that business. I moved the car because it was occupying the cafe's space and they would require that in the morning because I was leaving the car. Because one of the business's is a music bar they are saying public. I was waiting for my taxi I had ordered an hour before I moved my Car and I have proof of this both ordering and arriving because they text me. The problem is if I lose my licence I lose my work because I am a contracting Quantity Surveyor on a freelance basis so no car no work and subsequently house etc. I don't know which way to turn really because the punishment does not seem to fit the crime to me. Any advice would be appreciated Thanks
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I have looked into it and because off the sign stating private and separate business's etc. 5 in total using the car park some having signs only for their use etc To me it is Private which is what I said at the time to the officer. He had been phoned up we think because they offer £250 and I was waiting for my taxi when he arrived. I stated private he then basically lost his temper and arrested me etc etc. My belief is its private land and if that can be proved then its unlawful to ask for a breath sample because its private. It was your thoughts on that really?