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Traffic Offenses – Bifurcated Trial ‘Notice’ DNA in Traffic Court (access required)

Virginia’s bifurcated trial statute did not require prosecutors to provide advance notice of intent to use a DUI defendant’s DMV record at sentencing; the Court of Appeals says a traffic statute controls instead. Ngomondjami v. Commonwealth (VLW 009-7-275) (10 pp.)

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