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Traffic Offenses – DUI – Involuntary Intoxication – Ambien – Sleep-Driving (access required)

Although defendant’s BAC did not show alcohol and showed only a normal range for a therapeutic dose of his Ambien prescription, as well as Benadryl, the Court of Appeals says the trial court did not err in rejecting defendant’s theory of innocence: that he was involuntarily intoxicated from the Ambien and “sleep-driving.” Because defendant’s involuntary intoxication ...

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