Kansas appeals court: Evidence stands despite defunct law

KSAL StaffApril 30, 2016

http://j.mp/24cI1Kk) the officer read Kraemer an implied consent advisory, informing him of a criminal charge if he refused to take a blood-alcohol test. Kraemer agreed to take the test, which he failed. Since then that advisory has been replaced. Kraemer wanted the appeals court to find his consent was obtained by an unconstitutional advisory. But the appeals panel says the ruling stands because the law was in effect at the time. — Information from: The Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal, http://www.cjonline.com.]]>

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