In the course of an investigation into whether a person has committed an offence1 a service policeman2 may require the person to provide two specimens of breath for analysis by means of an approved device3 and to provide a specimen of blood or urine for a laboratory test4. Such a requirement may be imposed only at a service police establishment5 or a medical establishment6, and the question of whether the specimen is to be breath, blood or urine, and in the case of blood the question of who is to be asked to take it, is to be decided
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