Defendant's 'Repeated Confessions,' Corroborative Evidence Leads Appellate Court to Reinstate Jury OVI Verdict
“The defendant told the officer that ‘he was coming on the on-ramp and, then, he hit the snow and, then, lost traction and went into the woods,'” Associate Justice Joseph M. Ditkoff wrote on behalf of the unanimous panel, with Associate Justices Sabita Singh and Marguerite T. Grant concurring. “The defendant further explained that he had driven from Belmont, where he was a barber, and had stopped for dinner and drinks. At booking, the defendant said, ‘I think I have a concussion, I might need to see someone’.”
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