TO REQUIRE THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT PERFORM A BLOOD TEST ON ANY PERSON CRIMINALLY CHARGED IN ANY CASE INVOLVING DEATH BY VEHICLE.
AN ACT TO REQUIRE THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT REQUEST A BLOOD SAMPLE UNDER THE STATE IMPLIED-CONSENT LAWS FROM ANY PERSON CRIMINALLY CHARGED IN ANY CASE INVOLVING DEATH BY VEHICLE AND CERTAIN OTHER OFFENSES AND TO SEEK A WARRANT IF THE DRIVER REFUSES AND THERE IS PROBABLE CAUSE TO BELIEVE THE OFFENSE INVOLVED IMPAIRED DRIVING OR IS ALCOHOL-RELATED. Summarized in Daily Bulletin 1/31/11, 3/21/11, and 6/2/11. Enacted June 13, 2011. Effective December 1, 2011.
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