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SPRINGFIELD -- The Clark County OVI Task Force will operate a No Refusal OVI checkpoint Friday, Oct. 24, in Clark County.
In 2005, the Supreme Court ruled that it is not unconstitutional for the state to hold down Americans and forcefully withdraw blood. A January 2013 ruling affirmed that a warrant must be obtained for the process, although police could dispense with the warrant requirement in an “emergency”.
A search warrant will be submitted to that magistrate, and if issued, a nurse will draw blood to check for alcohol and/or drugs in the suspect's system.
originally posted by: FissionSurplus
Due to the nature of my job, I am often in contact with law enforcement. I was listening to one while in a hospital ER, and he was saying that if anybody refuses a blood draw, he'll make them sit there and GET A WARRANT, because, by God, he was going to draw their blood and they were going to have to do it OR ELSE.
This is where we're at now, people. A lot of cops have a God complex, and they no longer serve people, they want to rule over them.