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It is an offence to fail to provide a specimen – which may be breath, blood or urine – when asked to do so by a police officer unless there is a reasonable excuse.
This is a complicated area of motoring law and it is crucial to seek the opinion of a specialist motoring lawyer as quickly as possible in order to help prepare a sound defence.
It is wrong to assume that the penalties for failing to provide a specimen are more lenient than those for drink driving. In the most extreme cases, a Court can impose a prison sentence or a fine of up to £5,000.