Court Upholds Connecticut DUI Without Driving a Vehicle

The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled unanimously that a person can be found guilty of driving under the influence without actually driving their vehicle. The decision stems from the case of an Andover man arrested for CT DUI in 2005. Michael Cyr was intoxicated when he started his car remotely and then sat in the driver

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