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DUI cases dismissed for defect in blood test form (access required)

Contributing Editor A defect in a preprinted form has caused the blood test results from three drunken driving cases to be suppressed. In a matter of apparent first impression, a Spotsylvania circuit judge has ruled that blood test results must be suppressed when the certificate of analysis omitted a statement required by statute. The case is Commonwealth v. ...

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