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Police to Draw Blood From DUI Suspects w/o warrant
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That's all well and good but the hospital staff won't take a patients blood without the patients consent or a warrant. To do so otherwise is considered assault.
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That's all well and good but the hospital staff won't take a patients blood without the patients consent or a warrant. To do so otherwise is considered assault.
hanks for sharing the truth.
That's all well and good but the hospital staff won't take a patients blood without the patients consent or a warrant. To do so otherwise is considered assault.
Well, now you’re going to have to comply with the police order WITHOUT a warrant. This is the law now.
Well, now you’re going to have to comply with the police order WITHOUT a warrant. This is the law now.
Well, I’m not a police, so I’m only bound by my own responsibly and jurisdiction. I’m sorry you’re at a loss in your world of ignorance. No one touches me without my consent. Yes, even in the ER., in my jurisdiction.
That's all well and good but the hospital staff won't take a patients blood without the patients consent or a warrant. To do so otherwise is considered assault.
 The ruling was concerning unconscious people.
 The ruling was concerning unconscious people.
 Yeah they would use the same process. It's about compliance and legality.
How can police do this without being trained? I'm confused... taking someone's blood even for sugar readings is considered assault without permission or being a professional.
It would be better if the law required assent as part of the license process. One agrees, when the license is issued (and each time it is renewed), to testing. Some I believe revoke if the driver refuses. This would resolve when the driver is unable to accept or refuse. The qualifications of and procedures used by the persons doing the blood draw & testing are a separate issue.
It would be better if the law required assent as part of the license process. One agrees, when the license is issued (and each time it is renewed), to testing. Some I believe revoke if the driver refuses. This would resolve when the driver is unable to accept or refuse. The qualifications of and procedures used by the persons doing the blood draw & testing are a separate issue.
 Most, if not all states have that. It is called implied consent and is part of licensing.
Huge violation of civil liberties and rights. A warrant is needed under 4th amendment.
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Huge violation of civil liberties and rights. A warrant is needed under 4th amendment.
Apparently not anymore.
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