Monthly Archives: August 2013

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of McNeely in Missouri vs. McNeely

In the recent U.S. Supreme Court case of Missouri vs. McNeely, the prosecution was fighting to support the implied consent law, meaning that every person can be legally forced to submit to a blood test, with or without their consent. That means that a warrant would not be necessary in order to administer a blood …

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U.S. Supreme Court Case Missouri vs. McNeely Could Help You Avoid a DWI Conviction

The case name is Missouri vs. McNeely. In McNeely, the United States Supreme Court ruled that there is no single factor exigency exception to the Fourth Amendment warrant requirement in DWI cases. The rationale in McNeely is not limited to warrantless blood draws – it also applies to warrantless breath and urine searches and seizures …

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