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Lawrence Taylor cited by Supreme Court

Chief Justice Roberts cites Lawrence Taylor's Drunk Driving Defense 7th Edition

2013 | May 16

Los Angeles, CA - May 16, 2013 – The United States Supreme Court handed down its decision in the landmark DUI case of Missouri v. McNeely. Chief Justice Roberts cited Lawrence Taylor’s preeminent treatise Drunk Driving Defense (7th edition) as an authority in the field of drunk driving defense.

Mr. Taylor has over 33 years of experience practicing exclusively in the field of drunk driving defense. He is the author of over 30 articles and 12 books, including Drunk Driving Defense (7th edition) and California Drunk Driving Defense (4th edition).

Missouri v. McNeely involved a case regarding the legality of a blood test taken against the defendant’s will. Mr. McNeely was apprehended for driving over the speed limit in Cape Girardeau County, Missouri on October 3, 2010. He failed several field sobriety tests and refused to submit to an alcohol breath test. After which, Mr. McNeely was transported to a medical facility where the staff administered a blood test without his consent. Lawrence Taylor was cited specifically with regards to this blood test, and alternative methods of obtaining the needed evidence in such a case.

Daniel Stanton

The attorneys at the Law Offices of Lawrence Taylor have an average experience of 18 years; the firm has specialized only in DUI defense since 1979. More information about Mr. Taylor's firm can be found at their homepage, www.duicentral.com.