Excuses, Excuses! What Drivers Say when They’re Pulled over

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If you are an average Raleigh driver, you probably follow the rules and pay attention to traffic signs and speed limits. During your driving lifetime, you may never be pulled over for driving while intoxicated, but you may get a ticket for a moving violation. Maybe you pushed it on a “pink” light and got
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Blood Alcohol Tests Require Search Warrants – Maybe (p. 2)

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We are continuing our discussion of the United States Supreme Court opinion in a drunk driving case. The question for the court was whether the police could obtain a blood sample from a suspect even if the suspect has not consented to the test. The court’s answer was a resounding, “Probably not. Not every time.
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Blood Alcohol Tests Require Search Warrants – Most of the Time

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The United States Supreme Court ruled this week on a case that could change the way state and local police handle suspected drunk drivers. The case is not from North Carolina, but a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court must be followed in all states — usually. At times, the court’s decision is so fact-specific
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