see the earlier post. He has now been acquitted on appeal to the Crown Court - The Guardian 18th November 2010. It appears that the Police disciplinary hearing will still take place - Wiltshire Police - though the Police spokesman said that this is "whilst respecting the decision of the court today in upholding the appeal."
Interestingly, the judge presiding at the appeal in the Crown Court - (Mr Justice Bean) - is reported as having said to Andrews that "he could have done things better." The remarks of judges ought to be published in full so that the public can see the reasoning. It is not clear from any media reports on what basis the judge said what might be regarded as a pre-emption of any disciplinary hearing. The judge will have sat with two magistrates as is usual in appeals to the Crown Court from the Magistrates' Courts.
At the time of the conviction, the BBC published some video of the event - see BBC.
Addendum 10th November 2012:
The High Court ordered the reinstatement of Mark Andrews - Daily Mail 10th November 2012