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The Rules of Blood Draw as it Pertains to Implied Consent are Changing

The Rules of Blood Draw as it Pertains to Implied Consent are Changing

The rules of when police can take your blood have been changing. This has been developing nationally as well as locally due in part to McNeely vs Missouri and a Supreme Court ruling this past April. The statute used to read you impliedly consented to a test of breath or blood, and if you withdrew that consent you risked losing your license or having your license revoked for at least one year. That language as it pertains to blood is now gone. Dillon Honcoop and DUI attorney Jonathan Rands discuss the ins and outs of the new statute language and how it came about.


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