WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether authorities can take a blood test of a suspected drunk driver without consent or a warrant.
The court is looking at a case out of Missouri where a man was pulled over and tested at a nearby hospital. His blood alcohol level was nearly double the legal limit. But a lower court is not allowing the blood test because they found no special circumstances to justify taking the blood draw (Read more about it
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