South Carolina Court of Appeals further clarifies video recording requirements in DUI cases


On February 25, 2011, the defendant, Shawn Humble, was pulled over by City of Greer police officer Jim Williams. Officer Williams subsequently submitted an affidavit certifying that the video recording equipment in his car at the time of the arrest was "inoperable and stating that reasonable efforts had been made to maintain the equipment in an operable condition." The affidavit was a form affidavit.

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