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Idaho Supreme Court: Warrant needed for DUI blood test if suspect refuses

Police must get warrants before drawing blood from suspected drunken drivers who refuse to cooperate, the Idaho Supreme Court has decided in two Kootenai County cases.

 

The opinions follow a national trend of courts limiting warrantless blood draws and suppressing evidence obtained from such samples.

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