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A man is caught using his Apple watch by the police. He intends to appeal on the grounds that the device is not hand held.
If he were to use this defence in England, could the police successfully prosecute him for using a watch whilst driving? No - if he could convince the court he was telling the time. But he may be successfully prosecuted if the facts were different.
Check back for the answers and final instalment of this blog tomorrow.