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Sleep-driving defense fails at high court (access required)

A Loudoun County motorist who claimed he was sleep-driving after taking Ambien has lost his DWI appeal in the Supreme Court of Virginia. In an unpublished order, the high court rejected Joshua K. Shortt’s appeal of his conviction for driving while intoxicated in violation of Virginia Code § 18.2-266. The Court of Appeals affirmed Shortt’s DWI ...

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