South Carolina Court of Appeals Reverses Drunk Driving Conviction for Failure to Follow Video Taping Requirements

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In the early evening hours of January 19, 2008, Lillie Chastain called 911 and reported erratic driving by a motorist on Interstate-385 in Greenville County, South Carolina. Chastain followed the vehicle until it hit a bridge and overturned in a ditch. Chastain saw the driver get out of the vehicle and jump over a fence. Although a search was put together by the South Carolina Highway Patrol, officers were unable to locate the driver.

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