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


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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