Tag Archives: impaired driving

Supreme Court Rules that Anonymous Tip Provides Reasonable Suspicion of Impaired Driving

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May Magistrates Be Compelled to Testify about Their Decision-Making Processes?

Imposing Fees for Forensic Expert Testimony — Is It Constitutional?

Indefinite Driver’s License Revocations for DWI Convictions

Special Rules for the Admission of Hospital Medical Records

Jury Instructions for DWI

Beyond Legislative Solutions to Melendez-Diaz

Do Old DWIs Count toward Felony Prior Record Level?

State crime lab backlogs and the right to speedy trial

A Horse Is a Horse, of Course. But Is It Also a Vehicle?