For Immediate Release 04/22/16 Kansas Supreme Court Affirms District Court’s Finding that the Application of Sex Offender Registration Law to Firm’s Client is Unconstitutional In a sex offender registration case before the Kansas Supreme Court, Christopher M. Joseph and Carrie E. Parker of Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC successfully defended the Shawnee County District Court’s…

The United States Supreme Court has agreed to decide three cases that question whether police officers can get blood or breath tests from DUI suspects without a search warrant and whether a person can be charged with a crime for refusing these tests. Two of these cases come from North Dakota and the other comes…

On January 30, 2015, the Kansas Supreme Court issued an opinion in Wichita vs. Molitor. Mr. Molitor was pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence (“DUI”). He failed the horizontal gaze nystagmus (“HGN”) test but passed the walk-and-turn test and one-leg stand test. The officer requested a preliminary breath test (“PBT”), which Mr….

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