Originally Posted by Brian.Samson
Bloody hell.. you know I've changed my opinion on this whole AT thing about half a dozen times in the last week.
I'm now currently of the opinion that AT is a good idea and it can give you a good defence in court in certain circumstances.
( I may change my opinion in the next 30 minutes though
Brian there is no defence in court. As Ray myself and others have said the offence is absolute. Unless you can get the court to agree that the test was flawed then the case stands.
Al you can hope for with any defence is how much mitigating circumstances affect your sentence.
As for the bloke wanting to throw his baby in the canal, he needs his arse kicking