Minnesota's Implied Consent Law: Is It (Again) Unconstitutional?
Shoot First â?? Ask Questions Later
Under a shoot-first-ask-questions-later philosophy, the Minnesota Commissioner of Public Safety can take away drivers' licenses without first conducting a hearing on the propriety of the revocation pursuant to the Minnesota Implied Consent Act. Read More
DWI Urine Alcohol Testing Case Set for Oral Argument
The Minnesota Supreme Court has set State v. Read More
Pt 2: Imprecise DWI Tests: Good Enough for Government Work?
Last week we told you that the scientific community requires blood, breath and urine tests be reported not as a certainty, but with a confidence interval that has a high probability of containing the true alcohol level. Read More
Imprecise DWI Tests: Good Enough for Government Work?
Minnesota analyzes drivers' blood, breath and urine to determine a specific level of alcohol concentration. Read More