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He became aware of Mr Nutini sitting at a table with another man and a woman.In more recent years we have been home to Jools Holland Hootenanny and Later…with Jools Holland, in addition to Lets Play, Top Dog, Catchphrase and Take Me Out.'He replied: 'From memory, I believe it was vodka, more than one, but I could not be certain of that.'Asked how many people were at the table, he replied: 'I could not see the table.'Mr May said Nutini left the bar about ten minutes before him and he next saw him about 15 minutes later in the driver seat of a black Mini at traffic lights on Maxwellton Street and Canal Street, with a woman in the car.The prosecutor asked: 'On seeing this Mini driver and recognising Mr Nutini, what were your thoughts?Hew Morrison posted: “Jamie, you were one in a million. He is survived by his wife, Amy, and their baby daughter.
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The defence agent also asked whether Mr Nutini could have been ordering a soft drink, saying: 'You cannot tell the court if he ordered vodka or soda and lime.'Mr May replied: 'I believe I heard vodka being ordered but not anything else.' The court also heard from police officer Laura Murray, who was called to Canal Street towards midnight on February 21, to a report of a car being driven by someone who had allegedly been drinking.
The car was no longer there when they arrived but they went to an address where they found a grey Mini and Mr Nutini, who they had been told was the driver of the vehicle.
Nutini, 30, is on trial accused of driving on various streets in Paisley while more than twice the legal limit on February 21.
It is alleged he drove with 48 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, exceeding the limit of 22 microgrammes in 100 millilitres of breath. His defence agent Massimo Franchi said his defence is 'post-incident drinking' - which is usually applied when a suspect has a drink after a crash to calm their nerves - but this was not explained further in court.
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