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Immunity for Kentucky Cop Thrown Out By LORRAINE BAILEY


Courthouse News Service: The officer then approached Godawa and inquired about the bottle of beer visible in his car's cupholder. Godawa allegedly said the beer belonged to his girlfriend who was inside the bar.
Byrd then asked Godawa to consent a field sobriety test, and he eventually did. However, when the officer went to his bicycle to ask for backup to help with the test, Godawa started his car and left the parking lot at five to 10 miles per hour, according to court records.

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