McDonogh's Supreme Court Hears Arguments

Judge Fred Smalkin `64 and University of Baltimore Law School Professor Natalie Ram presided over the "Supreme Court of McDonogh" in the case of Bernard v Minnesota on Tuesday, March 29. The case addressed the question: "Can a drunk driving suspect constitutionally be charged with a crime for refusing to take a breathalyzer for blood alcohol content in the absence of a warrant ordering him to take the test?" This was the 6th annual oral argument before Judge Smalkin and the students once again rose to the challenge.

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