05 Jul 2016

Supreme Court Rules Cops Need A Warrant For Blood Test After Drunk-Driving Arrest

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Thursday clarified limits the Constitution places on police officers who seek to measure blood-alcohol level following a drunk-driving arrest. In a fractured ruling that commanded a five-justice majority, the court said police officers need a warrant if they want to test the blood of a motorist who gets pulled […]

20 Apr 2016

New Supreme Court attorneys use smartphone tech for admission to the bar

It’s been a weird week for cellphones. First, AMC Theaters hinted that they’d allow texting during movies in an effort to attract more millennials, only to walk it wayyy back when Twitter exploded at them. But it was a whole different story at the Supreme Court today, where cellphones, usually prohibited, were welcomed with trumpets […]

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