http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/1003/07duilaw.html;COXnetJSessionID=1C8H3clVDdf0lSXufKgQ1z1MYSbvjDNC3a8WTvdDNn8BD8wjFTR9!-258867719?urac=n&urvf=10655325514260.25856346839753963 The Georgia Supreme Court has invalidated a key provision of a law used to obtain convictions of drunken drivers involved in serious accidents. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports the court unanimously ruled that police cannot require drivers involved in accidents with serious injuries or fatalities to submit to blood or breath tests without probable cause. Before the ruling, the "implied . . .
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