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Driver’s Conduct Provided Probable Cause (access required)

A defendant could be stopped for driving at night without using headlights or taillights, and the odor of alcohol coming off her, her admission to drinking that evening and failure of field sobriety tests supported her arrest for DUI, says the Court of Appeals. A fact finder reasonably could have found that the officer had probable ...

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