The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has held that, in imposing criminal liability for driving with a blood alcohol level of 0.10 percent or greater, the legislature did not exceed the latitude afforded the Commonwealth under its police powers, nor did the statute in question violate any principles of due process.
Commonwealth v. Mikulan, ___ Pa. ___ , 470 A.2d 1339 (1983).
John J. Winter,
Constitutional Law - Fourteenth Amendment - Motor Vehicle Code - Void-for-Vagueness Doctrine - Strict Liability Crimes,
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