WA: Implied consent law now includes testing for THC influenced driving, and it’s constitutional

The implied consent law includes testing for THC concentration, and it is constitutional. Kandler v. City of Kent, 2017 Wash. App. LEXIS 1176 (May 15, 2017).

Officers adequately explained date discrepancies in the paperwork and use of a search warrant to search a package in transit. United States v. Jones, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 73398 (S.D. Ill. May 15, 2017).*

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