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June 13, 2014 12:12 PM

NC Supreme Court says firetruck stop does not change Chapel Hill woman’s DWI verdict

The NC Supreme Court concluded that Chapel Hill Police were justified in arresting Dorothy Verkerk. She had argued that her constitutional rights were violated when a Chapel Hill firefighter stopped her first, worried about her erratic driving.

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