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Minnesota Supreme Court rules against man’s DWI claim

ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a man’s claim that he was coerced into agreeing to provide blood and urine samples used in his three DWI convictions.

 

In a unanimous opinion, the court ruled that when Wesley Brooks, of Prior Lakes consented, police did not need a search warrant to take the samples.

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