WASHINGTON | Supreme Court will hear Wisconsin drunk driving case

WASHINGTON | Supreme Court will hear Wisconsin drunk driving case

WASHINGTON—Jan 11, 2019—The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to a Wisconsin drunk driving law that has parallels in other states.

Wisconsin law says law enforcement officials can draw blood from an unconscious driver without a warrant if they suspect the person was driving drunk.

The case the court agreed Friday to hear involves Gerald Mitchell. He was arrested for driving while intoxicated in 2013 in Wisconsin.

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