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North Carolina Appeals Court Allows HOAs To Arrest For DUI

North Carolina Appeals Court allows armed HOA security guards to conduct traffic stops that would be illegal for police to make. Rental cops hired by homeowners associations (HOA) can conduct traffic stops that would be unconstitutional if performed by an actual...

Pennsylvania: Innocent Cab Drivers Sue Over ICE Sting

US citizen cab drivers sue federal immigration agents over being held for hours as part of a sting operation. A trio of innocent cab drivers are suing the federal government after they were detained for several hours in a  Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement...

Federal Judge Backs Cell Phone Search In Traffic Stop

US District Court for Oklahoma backs the cell phone search of a driver pulled over for a flapping license plate. Drivers pulled over for minor traffic violations can have their cell phone searched, according to a recent federal ruling. A judge decided last week that...

North Carolina Throws Out DUI Case Over Prosecutorial Delay

North Carolina Court of Appeals rules a driver cannot go three years charged with DUI without a trial. The North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled last week that a motorist charged with serious driving crimes cannot go for more than three years without a trial. It was...

DUI arrests in L.A. County decrease during holiday crackdown

By   Brian Day, San Gabriel Valley Tribune Arrests for intoxicated driving were down 16 percent over last year during the first two days of a multi-agency holiday season DUI crackdown, officials said. Police officers, sheriff's deputies and California Highway Patrol...

Ohio Court: Polite Drivers Are Not Suspicious

Ohio Court of Appeals throws out conviction of a man who was searched during a traffic stop because he was too polite. The second highest in Ohio decided on Wednesday that police have no business searching a motorist during a routine traffic stop for being too polite....

California Supreme Court Outlaws Science In DUI Cases

Scientific evidence challenging the accuracy of breathalyzers is not admissible, California Supreme Court rules. Scientific evidence cannot be brought into evidence to challenge a borderline conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) in California....