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Supremes Limit Blood Draws By Police

A case just decided by the US supreme court has OWI attorney chatrooms everywhere buzzing.  In Missouri vs McNeely, the court has determined that police can not necessarily draw blood from a drunk driving suspect without consent or a warrant.  It's not a definitive ban on warrantless blood draws, says OWI attorney Todd Schroeder, from Devanie, Belzer and Schroeder in La Crosse, which may cause some confusion about when a warrant is actually needed

 

 

Currently, police will take your blood after an OWI arrest whether you want them to or not--no warrant required. 

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