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 September 3, 2009  Posted by  Court, Surveillance

The Associated Press reports an Arizona court ruling that authorities must either obtain a search warrant to conduct a blood test of a DUI suspect or obtain the suspect’s clear consent to having blood drawn. Simply not objecting to the blood test is not sufficient. According to the AP, the Court of Appeals sent the case back to a lower court for a finding on whether the man involved actually consented.

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