The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania is the court of last resort for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. - Source: Wikipedia
The court said Muniz was not subject to the harsher penalties of the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act, and now agencies are trying to sort out what that means for other convicted sex offenders.
Ruling raises questions about sex offender registry's future →
The court says all motorists give "implied consent" to have their blood drawn, but they can still refuse - subject to other penalties - so a warrant is necessary when they can't consent.
Supreme Court: Warrant needed for blood of unconscious man →