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Can You Go to Jail for Refusing to Take a PBT?
Can You Go to Jail for Refusing to Take a PBT?

On September 1st, the Florida Supreme Court will hear arguments challenging a Florida law that punishes drunk-driving suspects who refuse to take a preliminary breath test (“PBT”), which measures the alcohol content in a person’s body [1]. The Court will decide whether ...

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  • West Virginia Seeks Changes to Expungement Law

    West Virginia is working on implementing a number of initiatives that would open doors to the workforce for non-violent offenders. Senator Joe Manchin ...

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  • Massachusetts Senate Cracks Down on First-Time DUI Offenders

    The Massachusetts state senate, hoping to prevent repeat drunk driving offenses, recently passed legislation that would require first-time drunk ...

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  • Kanye Records Conversation with Taylor Swift, May Face Charges

    Kim Kardashian snapchatted a phone conversation that took place between her husband, Kanye West, and Taylor Swift. Amongst the social media firestorm, ...

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  • Roadside Drug Testing Pilot Program

    The Michigan State Police is in the process of choosing five counties to run a one-year pilot program for saliva-based testing to check drivers for ...

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  • Santa Monica Cracks Down on Airbnb Hosts

    Santa Monica recently passed some of the nation’s toughest regulations on short-term rentals, and just convicted Airbnb host Scott Shatford of failing ...

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  • $75 Fine for Possession of Marijuana in Georgia

    In Clarkston, Georgia a hard-fought local ordinance amendment will weaken penalties for simple possession of an ounce or less of marijuana. The ...

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  • Ferndale Votes to "Ban the Box"

    Oakland County One-Fifteen News reported that the City Council of Ferndale, Michigan voted to remove criminal history questions from employment ...

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  • U.S. Supreme Court Rules on Evidence from Illegal Stops

    The Supreme Court has ruled that evidence found by police officers after illegal stops may be used in court if the officers conducted their search ...

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  • RFL Attorney Appears on CW50 Street Beat

    RFL Attorney Stephanie Fakih recently appeared on the CW50 show Street Beat to discuss the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act; an Act that allows youthful ...

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