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  2. U.S. Supreme Court Pennsylvania v. Mimms, 434 U.S. 106 (1977) Pennsylvania v. Mimms. No. 76-1830. Decided December 5, 1977. 434 U.S. 106. Syllabus. After police officers had stopped respondent's automobile for being operated with an expired license plate, one of the officers asked respondent to step out of the car and produce his license and registration.

  3. Obviously, it is not my purpose to express an opinion on the [434 U.S. 106, 120] safest procedure to be followed in making traffic arrests or to imply that the arresting officer faces no significant hazard, even in the apparently routine situation. I do submit, however, that no matter how hard we try we cannot totally eliminate the danger ...

  4. Pennsylvania sets the minimum tolerable limit for BAC at 0.08, as measured in the driver’s breath or blood. At—and above—this legal threshold, the driver will face DUI charges. Generally, an impaired driver loses driving privileges on the spot, pending a court hearing and administrative review by the Driver and Motor Vehicle Services ...

  5. 7. These points being so decided and applied to the case before the Court it follows that the law of Pennsylvania, upon which the plaintiff is indicted, is unconstitutional, and that the judgment given by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania against the plaintiff must be reversed.

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  7. (a) An arresting officer may search the arrestee's person to discover and remove weapons and to seize evidence to prevent its concealment or destruction, and may search the area "within the immediate control" of the person arrested, meaning the area from which he might gain possession of a weapon or destructible evidence. Pp. 395 U. S. 762-763.

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