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December 2014 Archives

SCOTUS ruling: Cop gets law wrong but defendant pays the price

Last week, we wrote about challenging the lawfulness of a traffic stop, which is one option for defending against DUI charges. An officer must have a reasonable suspicion that a crime or violation has occurred if he wants to pull over a driver. This is often based on erratic driving that could indicate alcohol impairment or an observed problem with the vehicle that violates Wisconsin safety laws.

DUI traffic stops and the burden of ‘reasonable suspicion’

We recently wrote about the increase in DUI enforcement on and around major holidays. Across Wisconsin, law enforcement agencies beef up patrols at this time of year to catch drunk drivers and get them off the state’s roads and highways.

Internet sex crimes charges can be the result of police entrapment

Since it first came into widespread use, the Internet has been an invaluable tool as well as a liability. Few could have predicted just how vast the Internet would become and what impact it would have on individuals, businesses and governments.

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