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Breathalyzer Not Required for ‘DUI-Drugs’ Arrest (access required)

An officer who did not smell alcohol but who believed defendant was clearly intoxicated did not have to offer a breath test prior to a blood test, and the blood tests results were admissible to support his DUI conviction, the Court of Appeals says; when, as here, an officer arrests a driver for a DUI ...

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