Tag: #DUI

Commonwealth v. Fallon

Though no one saw the defendant inside a vehicle, the Pennsylvania Superior Court nonetheless held that the defendant’s conviction for DUI was supported by sufficient evidence and was not against

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Commonwealth v. Dabney

The Pennsylvania Superior Court rejected the defendant’s novel argument that medical marijuana is not a Schedule I controlled substance for purposes of the DUI statute. The Court relied, in part,

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Commonwealth v. Davis

The Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed the defendant’s jury conviction for DUI-high rate of alcohol 4th offense or subsequent. On appeal, the defendant alleged several issues with the jury. The Court

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Commonwealth v. Stone

Don’t drive with weed in your bloodstream, despite that Medical Marijuana Act (MMA) card. The Pennsylvania Superior Court reversed the trial court’s order, which denied the Commonwealth’s challenge to the

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Commonwealth v. Lehnerd

The Pennsylvania Superior Court invalidated mom’s consent to search her son’s house. The defendant flipped his truck and then asked the people at a property nearby if he could use

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State v. Konecny

The New Jersey Supreme Court revisited State v. Laurick, in which the Court held that prior uncounseled convictions for driving while intoxicated (DWI) in violation of N.J.S.A. 39:4-50 could not

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Commonwealth v. Jackson

The Pennsylvania Superior Court vacated the defendant’s sentence after his plea to driving while operating privilege is suspended or revoked, his second violation. The Court held that because the statute

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Commonwealth v. May

The Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed the lower court’s decision to preclude evidence from a defense expert and affirmed the mandatory sentence imposed. The defendant was charged and convicted under Section

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Commonwealth v. Banko

The Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed the defendant’s convictions based on an automobile crash the defendant was involved in while he was intoxicated. The defendant claimed that the trial court violated

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Ferguson v. PENNDOT

This case presented the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court with an issue of first impression: Whether the decision in Chichkin affects the civil suspension of driving privileges for second-time DUI offenders when

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