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Criminal Practice  – Habitual DWI – Blood Draws & Tests – ‘Essential’ Evidence – Suppression – Appeals (access required)

In order to file an interlocutory appeal of the trial court’s grant of defendant’s motion to suppress the results of the state’s warrantless blood test, the state certified that such evidence was “essential to the case.” Even though our Supreme Court upheld the suppression order, this did not prevent the state from trying the case ...

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