Implied Consent to Breath Test May Be Unconstitutional

Implied Consent to Breath Test May Be Unconstitutional

Dillon Honcoop interviews DUI attorney Jonathan Rands, who is involved in a pivotal case in Skajit County, challenging the constitutionality of issuing breath tests without a warrant. Presently, anyone who uses the roads and drives a motor vehicle is considered to have given "implied consent" to such tests. However, Rands says rights must be given up with full knowledge. Find out how this groundbreaking decision will affect DUI cases statewide.