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Appeals court reverses DWI conviction

The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that the officer didn’t have a “reasonable” suspicion of criminal activity. Click here to read more.

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Former MADD president arrested for DUI

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Police Can’t Extend Stop for Dog Sniff, U.S. Supreme Court Says

Police officers violate the Constitution when they extend an otherwise completed traffic stop to allow time for a trained dog to sniff for drugs. Click here to read more.

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Nebraska Supreme Court Declares Walmart Parking Lot A Public Highway

Nebraska high court says license suspension means no driving, even on private roads and parking lots. Click here to read the full article.

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DUI Case

At approximately 1:00 a.m. on June 20, 2011, Hennepin County Sheriff’s Deputy Barbara Russeth stopped Wall for a traffic violation. Upon her exiting the vehicle, Wall smelled of alcohol, exhibited poor balance, failed multiple field sobriety tests, a...

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Kansas Man Sentenced For 17th Drunk Driving Conviction

LEAVENWORTH, Kan– A 59-year-old eastern Kansas man has been sentenced to one year in jail after pleading guilty in his 17th drunken driving case. Click here for the full story

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Driver Acquitted Of Marijuana DUI Despite High Blood Test

DENVER — A Denver woman has been acquitted of driving stoned, even though she tested nearly four times above the state’s legal limit for marijuana. click here for more.

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MN Court Upholds Crime Of Refusing DWI Test

The Minnesota Court of Appeals declared that the law making it a crime to refuse to submit to DUI testing is constitutional. Click here to read more.

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Kansas DUI Laws, Penalties and Fines

Click here to read about the penalties for a DUI conviction in Kansas.

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Donovan McNabb arrested for DUI

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