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Appeals court rejects attack on drunken-driving laws (access required)

The debate over whether Virginia's drunken-driving laws create unconstitutional legal presumptions appears to be over. McLean lawyer Corinne J. Magee raised the issue by citing Francis v. Franklin, 471 U.S. 307 (1985) to Fairfax General District Judge Ian M. O'Flaherty in July 2005. O'Flaherty agreed with Magee that Virginia law is at odds with Francis because it ...

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