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A wide range of Forensic Toxicology services as an Expert Witness for criminal, coronial and civil casework involving alcohol and/or drugs including:

•    Road Traffic Act offences involving alcohol with any associated Alcohol Technical Defence calculations such as would be involved in ‘hip-flask’ and laced drinks defences in drink/driving cases;
•    Road Traffic Act offences involving drugs
•    Other Criminal cases such as murder, rape, poisonings, suspicious death including possible hospital malpractices.
•    Child custody cases where drug and/or alcohol misuse is important.
•    Workplace testing investigations involving drug use
•    Forensic Drug casework involving comment on rates of drug use in instances where a defendant claims that the drugs seized were for personal use rather than for supply.

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Principal Forensic Services
Office 4, 219 Kensington High Street, London, W8 6BD

Tel: +44 (0)20 3397 4212

Email: enquiries@principalforensicservices.com



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