Lambert v. Commonwealth (P)

Trial evidence supported the jury’s conclusion that the defendant-appellant had driven his vehicle under the influence of self-administered drugs. Evidence established that the appellant had methadone, alprazolam, and nordiazepam in his blood at the time it was drawn. He admitted… Read More ›

Yoder v. Commonwealth (U)

Evidence was sufficient to affirm the appellant’s conviction for driving after forfeiture of her license, her third such offense within ten years. When asked for her identification during the traffic stop, the appellant provided the deputy with an “ID card.”… Read More ›

Butcher v. Commonwealth (P)

The court affirmed the appellant’s conviction for failure to stop at the scene of an accident. The sole question on appeal was whether he complied with the statutory requirement to “report his name, address, driver’s license number, and vehicle registration… Read More ›