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 June 23, 2021  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

From TheNewspaper.com:

Wisconsin Supreme Court tells police they need to get a warrant before taking blood from unconscious drivers.

Police in Wisconsin may no longer draw blood from unconscious motorists following a state Supreme Court ruling last week. The justices declared unconstitutional a provision of state law stating unresponsive motorists are deemed to give their consent to blood draws when they applied for a driver’s license. As a result of the decision, police will have to secure a warrant in cases like that of Dawn M. Prado, who was involved in a fatal collision on Highway MM in Fitchburg on December 12, 2014.
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