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Criminal Law: DWI-Physical Evidence of Intoxication

Defendant was arrested for DWI, but her blood alcohol concentration was determined to be .07 percent. The trial court entered judgment for defendant, finding that there was no substantial evidence of intoxication from physical observations of defendant by the arresting officer, the dashcam video or defendant’s own admissions. Where the officer’s testimony contradicted his paperwork and ...

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