A suggestion that a bomb left under a police officer's car was deliberately designed to fail has been rejected by a senior explosives expert.
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The witness gave evidence on day two of a trial connected to the discovery of a mercury tilt-switch device.
A viable device was discovered by an off-duty officer at Shandon Park Golf Club in east Belfast on 1 June, 2019.
Peter Granaghan, of Blackrock Park, Belleek, is charged with the attempted murder of a serving police officer.
The 41-year-old, from County Fermanagh, is also charged with making and possessing explosives with intent to endanger life.
Mr Granaghan denies all three charges.
The police officer noticed the device attached to the underside of his vehicle when he returned from a round of golf.
The Army was tasked to deal with the device and, when they arrived, a controlled explosion was carried out.
One of the explosives experts who attended the incident was called to give evidence at the non-jury trial in Belfast Crown Court.
A defence barrister spoke of the device's "failure to operate" and asked the witness whether this could have been "done deliberately" during its construction.
The witness replied: "In my experience, I have never seen a device of the nature on that day set up to deliberately fail.