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Criminal Practice – DWI – Constitutional – Fourth Amendment – Warrantless Blood Draw – Exigent Circumstances (access required)

State v. Granger (Lawyers Weekly No. 14-07-0665, 17 pp.) (Chris Dillon, J.) Appealed from New Hanover County Superior Court (William Pittman, J.) N.C. App. Holding: Exigent circumstances justified a warrantless blood draw when, (1) more than an hour after his accident, defendant refused to consent to a blood draw, (2) the arresting officer estimated that getting ...

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