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Roll the tape (or not): A review of recent decisions regarding DUI videotaping
Since 2009, when South Carolina revised its DUI statute to require video recordings of traffic stops and breath tests, the courts have been required to address various wrinkles in the law. With the season of revelry upon us, it’s worth taking a look at some of those decisions. In Murphy v. State (Opinion No: 4816, S.C. Court of Appeals), the Court of Appeals addressed the Circuit Court’s decision not to suppress the videotape of the defendant‘s traffic stop.