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He is well known for focusing defences on legal loopholes or allegations of problems with breathalysing machines.Cipriani, who pleaded not guilty to drink-driving on June 1 last year, has agreed a move to Wasps from current club Sale Sharks.The trial of Danny Cipriani over an alleged drink-driving crash in west London is on the brink of collapse after his defence questioned the validity of his breathalyser test readings England star Cipriani, 28, is accused of being so drunk that he could not stand up straight and was slurring his words after crashing his black Mercedes into a taxi at 5.15am in the morning in Fulham.Following the crash, Cipriani was breathalysed on Imperial Road and the reading appeared to show he had 67 micrograms of alcohol in 100ml of breath – twice the drink-drive limit.“I was a woman scorned and I got a phone call off of a journalist and she said have you seen that he’s dating someone else now?Danny Cipriani’s ex girlfriend Sophie Gradon is heading into the Love Island villa and she admits she wasn’t backwards in coming forwards when it came to getting her revenge after they broke up.The former Miss Great Britain said the rugby player had made her feel like a “mug” as he never let her know where she stood among the “rest of the girls”.The BBC has announced that it will be sticking to its favourite recipe of Mary Berry, stately homes and food history for a new series - the first the baker has signed up to since The Great British Bake Off ended its run with the broadcaster.
But Philip Lucas, mitigating, argued that the breathalyser test machine used by Sergeant Marc Pullen had not been calibrated properly.
Making a halftime application to dismiss the case, he said: “This is as plain a case that there can be that the officer has not said enough to put before the court proper evidence of calibration "The evidence simply was there was a reading at 7.30am and 7.33am and that the lower reading was 67." Mr Lucas added: "The reference to it (the breathalyser machine) working properly is a reference to the breath alcohol readings being within 15 per cent of one another.