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Traffic Offenses – Implied Consent Statute – Voluntary Test

A defendant who appeared intoxicated at a single-vehicle accident on a private road, who volunteered to take a breathalyzer test, loses his appeal arguing that the certificate of analysis was inadmissible under Va. Code § 18.2-268.2(A).
Roseborough v. Commonwealth (Va.Ct.App.) (VLW 009-7-079) (25 pp.)

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