Yes, you jerk, I get it...I am just tired of drunks getting off the hook so easy in Brunswick County, and you should be, as well. If the cop was creditable at the time of arrest, I think he should still be obligated to testify. What happened after that has no bearing on the arrest he made. Maybe some of the cases would be heard and maybe some convictions would be forthcoming. The breathalyzer results speak for themselves. All the cop would have to do is tell his story. I am quite sure that jurors could look past the officers reason to resign and still come up with a conviction. Not really sure what the judge might do, though.
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