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JONES v. TOWN OF MARION



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JONES

v.

TOWN OF MARION


January 14, 2000

Record No. 990336

RODNEY DALE JONES

v.

TOWN OF MARION

Present: All the Justices

FROM THE COURT OF APPEALS OF VIRGINIA

PER CURIAM


We awarded this appeal to review a judgment of
the Court of Appeals holding that the failure to offer the
accused a preliminary breath analysis, as provided by Code
? 18.2-267, did not invalidate the accused’s arrest, and
that the failure to bring the accused before a magistrate to
determine probable cause, as required by Code ? 19.2-82,
did not deny the accused due process of law. Jones v.
Commonwealth
, 28 Va. App. 791, 508 S.E.2d 921 (1999).

For the reasons stated in the opinion of the
Court of Appeals, we will affirm its judgment.

Affirmed.

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