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Friday, April 13, 2012

Ind. Decisions - "Bisard case: New DNA, alcohol tests ordered - Ruling is victory for prosecutors in drawn-out case"

Here is a long list of earlier ILB entries on the Bisard case.

Vic Ryckaert reports today in the Indianapolis Star:

A Marion County judge handed prosecutors a victory Thursday in ordering new DNA and alcohol tests on blood taken from suspended police officer David Bisard after he crashed into a group of motorcyclists nearly two years ago.

That ruling is just the latest in a series of drawn-out legal maneuvers in the case, and the father of the man killed in that crash said his family's ordeal was far from over. * * *

Judge Grant Hawkins ordered that DNA be collected from Bisard and that DNA and alcohol tests be performed on the two vials of Bisard's blood drawn hours after his squad car crashed into riders stopped at a red light on the Northeastside.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on April 13, 2012 09:11 AM
Posted to Ind. Trial Ct. Decisions