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The police are entitled to make random stops of motorists, but they are not entitled to request a breath sample unless they have good reason to suspect that someone has been drinking.
Good reasons may include having committed a motoring offence (e.g. speeding), been involved in an accident or having consumed alcohol.
There are a number of strict procedures which must be adhered to at the roadside and, if you have any cause to believe that they have not been, you should contact our motoring lawyers at the earliest convenience.Back