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Kansas Legislators Advancing DUI Reform Bills

The Legislature is driving toward new Kansas law cutting to five years the time that must elapse after completing a sentence before a person could petition a court to seal records of driving under the influence offenses. Click here to read more.

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Missouri v. McNeely (2013)

Missouri v. McNeely (2013) was a case decided by United States Supreme Court, on appeal from the Supreme Court of Missouri, regarding exceptions to the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution under exigent circumstances. On October 3, 2010, Tyl...

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The Kansas Supreme Court has held that the horizontal gaze nystagmus test (HGN) is not admissible

The Kansas Supreme Court has held that the horizontal gaze nystagmus test (HGN) is not admissible. It was ruled not scientifically reliable This is a test many law enforcement have driver’s perform that checks your eyes for tracking. It is junk science....

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Oklahoma bill would bar those with DUI conviction from buying alcohol

A new proposal in Oklahoma would bar drunk drivers from buying or consuming alcohol — and already is raising concerns over how it would be enforced. Fox 25 in Oklahoma City reports that state Sen. Patrick Anderson is proposing a bill that would allo...

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Proposed alcohol bill could add more restrictions to a DUI charge

Oklahoma Senator Patrick Anderson is proposing a bill that would punish those convicted with a DUI charge even further. Senate Bill 30 asks the department to develop a procedure to order the charged individual abstain from alcohol consumption, and not be ...

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