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 December 11, 2015  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Lyle Denniston  writes:

In a move that could have a nationwide effect on the roadside actions of police officers, the Supreme Court agreed on Friday to decide whether a blood or breath test for drunk driving can be made without a search warrant and whether, if there is no warrant, an individual can be charged with a crime for refusing to take such a test.  The Justices took on three cases raising the issue: two from North Dakota and one from Minnesota.

Read more on SCOTUSblog.

h/t, Orin Kerr

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