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Section 60 of the Land Transport Act 1998 makes it an offence to refuse to allow a blood specimen to be taken if you have been required to do so by a Police Officer. 

 

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The charge is one which is treated seriously by our Courts.

The maximum penalty for a first or a second offence is imprisonment not exceedin

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