• Robert Spicer

Eructation

Eructation

In Ng v Director of Public Prosecutions (2007), Ng argued that an intoximeter reading had been affected by eructation, in common parlance belching. The High Court ruled that the presence of a driver’s elevated mouth alcohol caused by eructation went directly to the commission of the offence and was capable of amounting to a special reason in relation to disqualification from driving.

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