Man's DWI conviction vacated over allegations that police used force to take blood
There are 1 comment on the Winston-Salem Journal story from Jan 12, 2012, titled Man's DWI conviction vacated over allegations that police used force to take blood. In it, Winston-Salem Journal reports that:
In court papers, Kelvin Deon Wilson alleged that his rights were violated when a Winston-Salem police officer sat on him while he was lying on a hospital bed just after midnight on July 13, 2010, and ordered a nurse to take his blood more than an hour after he was arrested for misdemeanor driving while impaired.
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#1 Jan 13, 2012
Always good to see Necessary get the short end of the stick. The day that he is dismissed will be a great day for this city.
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