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What is the relevance of CCTV to this case?
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It is generally better to try evidence gather early but the police aren’t going to provide the CCTV from a custody suite until there is a charge anyway.
And all that would show is that you weren’t staggering around. It wouldn’t show that you weren’t over the limit.
We can all spend our days making disclosure requests that are either going to be refused, aren’t admissible or don’t go to a disputed issue.
It is worth spending money if there is a realistic prospect. There isn’t any sense otherwise.
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Also, they don't delete CCTV of the custody suite after 14 days.
Which is this firm?
That is certainly what I would do.
Also, isn't it quite possible that you will blow under if it was literally just one puff.
Well, that is true. Always prepare for the worst. But there is no sense in spending money on disclosure requests that will be refused now anyway.
They do but nowhere that I know of deletes after 14 days.
It is generally true that they could make disclosure requests.
The question is whether there is any point and there is none here.