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Traffic Offenses – DUI – ‘Sleep Driving’ – Unconscious State (access required)

Although defendant claims he was unconscious from a combination of medication including Ambien when arrested for drunken driving, the Court of Appeals affirms his DUI conviction. Defendant drove his vehicle into a 20-foot light pole on the I-66 westbound ramp to the Fairfax County Parkway shortly before 11:00 p.m. Defendant told a trooper he had ...

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