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Criminal – DUI – Sobriety Checkpoint – Hearsay (access required)

Although defendant, who was arrested at a sobriety checkpoint for DUI, claims that the commonwealth's exhibit showing a letter approving the checkpoint plan and lists of potential checkpoint sites, was inadmissible hearsay, the trial court did not err in concluding that the documents were admissible under the officially written statements exception to the hearsay rule. Defendant ...

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