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Breathalzyer Case Remanded for Burping Driver (access required)

The trial court erred in failing to determine if defendant’s burping made him physically unable to take a breathalyzer test; a remand is required to determine if defendant’s jury trial conviction for second offense DUI in 10 years can stand, the Court of Appeals says. A university police officer stopped defendant at 1:22 am for ...

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