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Evidence is tossed in DWI case, but woman still gets license revoked

The N.C. Court of Appeals threw up a roadblock this week for a Surry County woman who contends that the state Division of Motor Vehicles revoked her driver’s license illegally after her drunken-driving case was tossed out of court.

 

Myra Lynne Combs, who was stopped by a Mount Airy police officer in 2013 and accused of drunken driving, successfully persuaded a Surry County judge to suppress the evidence in her case. The traffic stop was unconstitutional, according to court records.

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