The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled that police can stop and search driver based solely on an anonymous 911 tip.
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- DUI Breathalyzer Defense
- Barry Bonds Walks on Obstruction of Justice Charge
- Former Atlanta Falcon Jamal Sharif Anderson was recently arrested on charges of DUI
- DA Pleads Guilty to DUI
- Cell Phone Data- Do police need a warrant to search data if person is under arrest?
- Can Police Stop and Search Car or Truck on Anonymous 911 Tip?
- Lab Rat Star Arrested for DUI
- Kerry Kennedy DUI Charges Not Guilty
- Chris Kattan was Arrested for DUI
- Tanya Weyker vs Sheriff Deputy Joseph Quiles
- Robin Williams Struggled With Alcohol and Depression
- Welfare Checks- Warrantless Entries
- Police Officer Frames Cat Woman
- Are Addicts Criminals?
- Car Chase in Michigan
- Another Celebrity DUI Arrest
- Cops Brutally Beat Woman Arrested for DUI
- Namedropping Fails For Reese Witherspoon
- Over 159 Arrested for DUI in Bay Area over Thanksgiving 2013
- Evading Checkpoint Ruled Insufficient Cause in NY
- Holiday DUI Checkpoints
- Fourth Amendment Rights Issues Raised in AP and Fox News Searches.
- Erin Brockovich DUI Arrest at Lake Mead
- Discussion of Lamar Odom DUI Arrest with Guest John Mac Donald
- Boston Bomber Miranda Rights
- Possession of Small Amount of Marijuana not Cause for Deportation
- DUI - Police Cannot Force Blood test
- NSA Data Collection not Curtailed by Congress and Snowden Gets Asylum in Russia
- Paris Hilton Gets Jail Time For DUI
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