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I AM IN A CRIMINAL JUSTICE CLASS AND WE WERE DISCUSSING ABOUT DUI.. DOES ANYBODY KNOW WHAT CASE LAW FORCE BLOOD DRAW FOR DUI? HELP!


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Case law varies from state to state unless the law is a Federal law. Try Googling the state law for YOUR state to get your answer.


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IM FROM CALIFORNIA AND IVE GOOGLED IT BUT ITS NOT  REALLY HELPING


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We will not do your home work.

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If you can, take a field trip to your local Law Library.  In California, you want to check the West Law Codes (a book) the Vehicle Code, under section 23152 of this code, you will find a list of case laws that apply to each section at the end of each section.


Now since you are at the Law Library, you can check the Case Law and read the case from the Case Law Books (C. A., Cal App., ect).  This will give you the reason for the Case Law and why we do what we do.  By giving yourself a chance to read the Case Law you can understand how each case was decided, and what caused it.  You will see why bad case law comes from bad cases, and Officers pushing the edge of the envelope.   We (law enforcement) are the main cause of bad case law.


By knowing the law you can make good decisions in the field and not creat bad case law.


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