Criminal Practice – Malicious Conduct by a Prisoner – Probable Cause to Arrest – DWIState v. Williams Where officers responded to a one-car accident; the officers found the keys in the ignition, defendant lying on the ground behind the car, and no sign of anyone else in the area; and defendant had bloodshot eyes, a strong odor of alcohol and slurred speech and was extremely unsteady on his feet, the officers had probable cause to arrest defendant for driving while impaired.
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Published: February 20, 2013
Time posted: 5:54 pm
Tags: probable cause