Is a Warrantless Blood Draw Proper If a Suspect Fights the Police?

In many cases, when a suspect fights the police and is disrespectful or obviously committed a crime, courts are reluctant to reward arguments that police violated the suspect’s Constitutional rights or acted improperly.  The following case involving a DUI and an uncooperative suspect exemplified this reluctance in ruling whether a search warrant was required to draw blood from the suspect.  To read about this case, click on the following link.

http://www.greghillassociates.com/is-a-warrantless-blood-draw-proper-if-suspect-fights-police.html.

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