statutory construction

Motorists have no Statutory Right to Choose Method of Chemical Testing at Time of DUI Arrest

A motorist under arrest for DUI has no statutory right to request alternative testing once confronted with a police officer’s request to submit to a blood test, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in Nardone v. Dept. of Transp., Bureau of Driver Licensing.

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Supreme Court Rules in Dispute over Timing of Second- to First-Class Township Referendum Questions

Second- to first-class township referendum questions must be submitted to voters at the first general or municipal election occurring at least 90 days after fulfilling both a population density and a petition signature filing requirement in the First Class Township Code, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held in In Re: Petition to Submit Ballot Question to Concord Township Voters

By | 2015-08-05T15:07:12+00:00 August 13th, 2015|Categories: Municipal Law|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Supreme Court Rules in Dispute over Timing of Second- to First-Class Township Referendum Questions