Published in Healthcare Finance, Tax and Law Weekly, October 28th, 2009
The opinion, filed September 16th, was in the case State of South Dakota v. Neal J. Lemler. The defendant, sentenced to wear the SCRAM monitor when he was convicted as a third-time DUI offender in 2006, claimed that the SCRAM system inaccurately confirmed drinking when he had an environmental exposure to alcohol-based products while at...
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