Does Anstey Suggest an Expanded Role for Michigan Juries?

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In the Michigan case of People vs. Anstey the Supreme Court decided that dismissal was no longer a remedy if the police violated a drunk driving accused right to an independent test. In doing so however, they also seem to have expanded the role of the jury in a drunk driving trial. In this article Barone explores why this might be true, and offers suggestions for how to incorporate these ideas into your next drunk driving trial.

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