High Court To Decide If Drunk Driving Suspects Can Refuse Breath Tests

Print
The U.S. Supreme Court will review Minnesota's implied-consent law, which makes it a crime for a suspected drunken driver to refuse a warrantless breath test, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Since 2002, attorney Jeff Sheridan has argued that the law is unconstitutional. Appellate courts have issued conflicting rulings on whether a warrant should be required
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Comments are closed.