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originally posted by: JBurns
a reply to: SlapMonkey
if officers can receive a warrant to draw the blood, that's different.
Sums it up perfectly SM
Most states handle refusal to submit to testing as an administrative positive result and yank the person's OL anyways
originally posted by: DanDanDat
How do unconscious people drive?
.... very badly I'd imagine.
does this just apply to citizens of Wisconsin or does anyone driving through the state lose their right to privacy?
The justices ruled 5-2 that drivers automatically consent to a blood draw when they drive on Wisconsin roads.
originally posted by: Cornczech
you obviously don't know the LAW.......even legal drugs can give you a DUI.......try driving with Ativan n your blood stream.....or a lot of seizures meds.....meds for pain, mental illness, etc etc.....
I mean, with THAT statement.....that means you would be OK with the tazing of this autistic boy who cops thought was drunk.....thefreethoughtproject.com... reply to: Lurker1
originally posted by: JAGStorm
a reply to: Lurker1
So you are ok with the police/goverment barging into your house and checking for anything illegal? You are ok because you aren't hiding anything.
You are ok with the authorities clipping your child's hair to test for drugs and/or to make sure you fed them nutritious food. You are ok with your personal phone and internet being screened by your employer to ensure you don't violate their nda. These kinds of rulings lead to all other kinds of rulings. It starts off with things we all find unsavory, like drunk driving.
But that's the thing, how do cops know if the driver is indeed drunk? They don't!!!!