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Kansas Supreme Court decision could affect drunk driving cases

Source: 
WOW! 6 News
Author: 
James Ryan Roberts
Date: 
Wednesday, March 2, 2016

"The Kansas Supreme Court ruled last week that criminal punishment for refusing a sobriety test violates both the fourth and the fourteenth amendments of the United States Constitution.

'The Kansas Supreme Court took the position that a warrant is necessary if you're going to impose a criminal sanction for objecting to law enforcement when it seeks to take a blood test or a breath test,' said Mike Kautsch, law professor at the University of Kansas."

Faculty name: 
Mike Kautsch