US Supreme Court Rules on Warrantless Blood Tests

On June 27, 2019, the United States Supreme Court decided Mitchell v. Wisconsin. In this case, the defendant was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated but was unable to give a breath test at the police station due to … Read More

US Supreme Court Limits Civil Asset Forfeiture

On February 20, 2019, the United States Supreme Court decided Timbs v. Indiana. In this case, Tyson Timbs was arrested and the police seized his Land Rover which he purchased for $42,000. Mr. Timbs eventually pleaded guilty to dealing in … Read More

Jason T. Komninos Appointed to NCDD Amicus Committee

Attorney Jason T. Komninos is proud to announce that he has been appointed to serve on the National College for DUI Defense Amicus Committee. The Amicus Committee regularly drafts amicus briefs for DWI/DUI appeals. NCDD briefs have been filed in … Read More

US Supreme Court Rules Prolonged Traffic Stop Unreasonable

On April 21, 2015, the United States Supreme Court decided Rodriguez v. United States. The case involves a dog sniff conducted after the completion of a traffic stop. In this case, a K-9 officer pulled Rodriguez over after watching his … Read More