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U.S. Supreme Court Puts Limits on DUI Testing Laws

A June 23rd ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court requires police in all 50 states to obtain a search warrant before requiring a driver suspected of driving under the influence to submit to a blood alcohol test. The ruling does not apply to breathalyzer tests, which the Justices said do not involve “significant privacy concerns.”

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