Block that Drunk

Reske, Henry
March 1990
ABA Journal;Mar1990, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p40
Reports on a case filed with the U.S. Supreme Court which questions the constitutionality of the use of police roadblocks to catch drunk drivers in Michigan. Provisions of the state constitution allegedly violated by the measure; Claims and contentions of opposing parties in the case.


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