The state Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear a case that could affect the way DUIs are prosecuted in Nevada. Attorneys for the city of Reno asked the high court to order a municipal judge to accept a document needed before the blood sample evidence in a DUI case can be admitted. Prosecutors moved to introduce the declaration by the professional who took the blood sample from defendant Cheryl Ann Lee — a step necessary before the blood evidence itself can be introduced. But defense lawyer Larry Dunn objected on grounds he was not being allowed to put that person …
High court to hear Reno DUI-prosecution case
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