Klarius case canned by Judge

Published:  04 December, 2019

 A court case where directors from Klarius were due to standing trial for selling non-type-approved emissions products was thrown out by the Judge at Manchester Crown Court yesterday (Tuesday 3 December).

Five current and past directors and managers of Klarius Products were formally acquitted without the trial even starting.  The Department for Transport indicated that it could not pursue the case and invited the Judge to acquit all five defendants, who referred to a “shambolic failure” and ruled that no member of the team should stand trial.    

Klarius self-reported problems in 2014 and worked with the VCA through to the end of 2015 to rectify production and administrative issues. The VCA found no intentional misconduct.

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