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Implied Consent Challenge Fails (access required)

A traffic defendant’s reference to a 1967 U.S. Supreme Court case and a Minnesota trial court decision do nothing to undermine the validity of a police officer’s request that defendant take a breath test after a traffic stop, and the Hanover County Circuit Court denies defendant’s motion to suppress and upholds the application of Virginia’s ...

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