Daily Archives: February 3, 2017

NH: Entering apt building hallway to knock on door to tell def police were taking his gf to hospital didn’t violate REP or Jardines

Defendant’s girlfriend was sitting bent over in the front yard of their apartment building (actually a rooming house with numbered and locked doors with a common hallway). She was under the influence of something and was going to the hospital. … Continue reading

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AZ: Implied consent to treatment must be shown for obtaining blood sample from medical care provider for DUI

When a DUI suspect is unconscious, the state must still prove at least implied consent to medical treatment to get a blood draw from the medical care provider. State v. Nissley, 2017 Ariz. LEXIS 24 (Feb. 1, 2017), vacating 238 … Continue reading

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NYT: Was That Search Illegal? Sometimes, Neil Gorsuch Ruled It Was

NYT: Was That Search Illegal? Sometimes, Neil Gorsuch Ruled It Was by Charles Savage:

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