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Traffic Offenses – DUI – Refusal – Probable Cause (access required)

A deputy had probable cause to arrest defendant for DUI when he smelled alcohol on defendant, defendant’s eyes were red and glassy, he was argumentative and he refused to perform field sobriety tests; the Court of Appeals holds that all these facts taken together provide sufficient probable cause needed to justify the arrest, and defendant’s ...

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