Calibration discrepancy or sloppy writing - viable defence?

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Reflections wrote:Looks like 60 to me
How about now? :D

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That's tampering with evidence.

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Enhancing the evidence.

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"Enhancing" the Crown's case by "tampering" with the evidence. :lol:




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