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Criminal Practice – Probable Cause – DWI – Indictment Amendment – Malicious Conduct (access required)

A police officer had probable cause to arrest defendant for driving while impaired without the use of objective field sobriety tests or breath tests based on the strong odor of alcohol coming from defendant’s person, his unresponsive answers to the officer’s questions, and an informant claiming defendant had just driven off with her vehicle. We vacate ...

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