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Just saying No: refusal offences in the Supreme Court
Record ID:
72644
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
2013
Source:
LIJ (2013) 87 No 9
Date_of_entry:
14/12/2017
Legislation:
Road Safety Act 1986 (Vic)
Notes:
The Victorian Supreme Court has clarified the circumstances in which declining police requests to accompany them to the police station or to provide a blood sample constitutes an offence.
Section:
Feature
Month:
September


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