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Changes to how Missouri
municipals conduct their traffic ticket policy continues to move forward. Most
recently the City of Diamond agreed to stop its practice that critics said was
the using of traffic ticket quotas to generate revenue. The decision … Read the rest
A recent appellate decision out of Kansas City ruled to
reject a defendant’s argument that intoxication qualified as a mental condition
and therefore exclude testimony regarding her intoxicated state. The court ruled
intoxication is a physical condition not mental.
The … Read the rest
When an officer informs a DWI suspect that he will
“immediately” lose his license if he does not submit to a breath test, even
though technically he may have several days before his license is revoked, that
technicality is not … Read the rest