C.M.C. v. Comm’r of Public Safety
The State revoked our client’s driver’s license after arresting him, in his hosts' home, for DWI. This client refused to submit to a test, meaning the government was trying to take his license for one year. We challenged the warrantless entry into his hosts’ home, and convinced the judge that the police violated our client’s constitutional rights. The Judge found that “...Deputy lacked probable cause and an exigent circumstance before entering the home without a warrant and, consequently, the evidence gathered after his intrusion, including all statements by Petitioner, are inadmissible. For that reason, Petitioner’s license was erroneously revoked,” and the one-year revocation disappeared.