Does an Improper DUI Admonition Make the Test Involuntary?

Can someone arrested for DUI and who agrees to submit to a blood test later argue that the test was involuntary? In the following DUI out of San Diego, a gentleman later convicted of DUI argued that because police did not read him a proper admonishment about the consequences of refusing to submit to a breath or blood test, the test was involuntary because his consent to the test was not properly obtained. How did this argument fare? To read about this interesting argument, click on the following link.

https://www.greghillassociates.com/does-an-improper-dui-admonition-make-the-test-involuntary.html.

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