Supreme Court: It’s Not a Crime to Refuse a Blood Test in DWI Case

Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that while the Fourth Amendment permits warrentless breath tests, it does not permit warrentless blood tests. In its opinion, the court said breath tests do not “implicate significant privacy concerns;  The physical intrusion is almost neglegible, while blood tests “require piercing the body and thus are significantly more intrusive […]