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Cross Examination Police Officer Notes

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XX POLICE OFFICER MR HILARY GARNER SPEED

­ Mr Garner as you approached the BMW you saw a man running away.
­ Then you noticed the BMW reverse
­ Then you noticed the BMW drive away
­ And you noticed that there were a large number of pedestrians
­ And the pedestrians were crossing the High street
­ So a large number of pedestrians were in the road
­ Then you radioed for assistance.
­ By that time you could not see the BMW.
­ And then you started chasing the BMW.
­ And you caught up with the car in about 3/4 of a mile.
­ So you caught up with the car in less than a minute.
­ So the Defendant was not speeding wasn't he?

ENVELOPE

­ Mr Garner when you found the envelope you cautioned the defendant is that correct?
­ And he made no reply.
­ He seemed confused didn't he?
­ And he seemed in shock
­ He did not seem to have knowledge of the envelope did he?

IDENTIFICATION

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