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The Tennessee Supreme Court decided on Thursday that the only use for roadside sobriety tests is to collect evidence against motorists, using them to convict individuals for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI).
The high court justices overturned an appellate decision from 2012 that found a driver who passed six of the tests with flying colors should never have been arrested...
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