Wednesday, January 30, 2013

House Bill Would Restore 4th Amendment Rights in DUI Revocation Proceedings

HB13-1077, sponsored by State Rep. Joe Salazar (D-Adams Co.), would reverse the appellate court rulings discussed below that held that the State could still revoke the license of a DUI suspect even if the officer did not have valid grounds to pull over the vehicle.  Salazar, himself an attorney, is a freshman legislator and vice-chair of the House State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I realise from your depressing article Lucy, and it confirms my views about most social work practitioners, that medical students have a clear concept of the requirement for legal consent for interventions. I have noted social workers largely do not, seeming to believe they have a right to advocate without consent to do so- hence many make a mess of care assessments as a result as clients wishes / needs are overridden by the social workers ideas.

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