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Finally, a line is drawn on the ‘DUI exception’ (access required)

In the April 17 decision Missouri v. McNeely, the U.S. Supreme Court held that as far as the non-consensual drawing of blood from DUI suspects is concerned, there is no “per se” exception to the warrant requirements of the 4th Amendment. This decision had been anxiously awaited by both the DUI defense bar and prosecutors.

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