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Wyoming Supreme Court overturns felony DUI conviction

Samuel Snell was sentenced to two to four years in prison for a DUI conviction after a truck he was driving in July 2012 lost control and rolled off a rural county road in Campbell County. That represented Snell’s fourth DUI conviction in 10 years, a felony.


Last week, the Wyoming Supreme Court overturned that conviction, passing down a decision that local police are saying might have implications on how they deal with some DUI investigations moving forward.

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