From February 26, 2016, the Court of Appeals of California, Sixth District decided People v. Arredondo which discussed whether implied consent for a DUI blood draw is actual consent (see 245 Cal.App.4th 186). I blogged about Arredondo here. Implied consent meaning that when you apply for a California driver license, CA DMV makes you sign into a statement saying if you’re arrested for DUI in California that you have given implied consent to...Read More
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- More California Supreme Court guidance on Sanchez hearsay issues: Veamatahau and Perez
- What can a Prosecutor argue with the word “reasonable”: People v. Ramirez
- Can you lose your 6th Amendment right to Confrontation? People v. Merchant, 10/9/19
- Can Police search your car if you’re carrying a legal amount of weed? People v. Lee, 10/3/19
- Is running from police enough for them to detain you? People v. Flores