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All Items about Drunk Driving Laws (Page 1 of 19)

4/28/2016
US Supreme Court To Decide On DUI Laws
High court to decide whether states can impose criminal penalty for refusing a breath or blood test.
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4/22/2016
Idaho Supreme Court Scales Back DUI Law
Idaho Supreme Court rules that implied consent law does not revoke the right of a motorist to refuse a blood test.
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3/25/2016
Tennessee: Passing Sobriety Tests Can Still Result In DUI
A motorist who performs extremely well on field sobriety tests can still be arrested for drunk driving.
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2/9/2016
Illinois: Cops Lose Case After Hiding Video Evidence
Failure to produce all video evidence results in a DUI case being thrown out in Illinois.
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2/5/2016
Texas Appeals Court Slams Forced DUI Blood Draw
Second highest court in Texas says police must follow US Supreme Court ban on warrantless blood draws from motorists.
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12/24/2015
Kentucky Supreme Court Rejects Sloppy DUI Roadblocks
Advanced warning signs are now mandatory for DUI roadblocks in Kentucky.
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12/22/2015
US Supreme Court To Update DUI Procedures
US Supreme Court to decide constitutionality of laws criminalizing the refusal to give a breath or blood sample when accused of DUI.
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