3 Blog Posts From the DUI Tag


Old Virginia Law Continues to Claim New Drivers

Old Virginia Law Continues to Claim New Drivers

In Virginia, a law left over from the “War on Drugs” of the 1990s continues to negatively impact individuals convicted of non-traffic related drug offenses, while doing nothing to increase the safety of other drivers. The law, which was implemented in 1991, was a federal law that threatened reductions in federal highway funding for states […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: February 26, 2018

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: February 26, 2018

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –KY Supremes endorses ALPRs without warrants– –GA Supremes says its okay to cut through gas station to avoid traffic signals– –NY lawsuit seeks Speed Cam Ticket Refund– Friday, February 23, 2018 Kentucky Supreme Court Endorses License Plate Camera Tracking The Kentucky Supreme Court declared last week that police need not […]

Next Generation Police Tools: NMA E-Newsletter #462

Next Generation Police Tools: NMA E-Newsletter #462

Traffic enforcement continues to go high tech beyond just the newest drone technology. Here are three recent examples of how police are using federal and state funding – some from assets seized from citizenry – to patrol motorists. Police Body Cameras In late October, results from a large study on police body cameras was released […]