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Constitutional : DWI – Commercial Disqualification – Spending Clause

Where a driver who was arrested for driving while intoxicated challenged the constitutional validity of statutes that disqualify drivers with alcohol-related traffic offenses from driving a commercial vehicle for a period of time, the trial court’s finding that Section 302.700 is unconstitutional is reversed because the case cited by the driver did not apply since ...

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