ALERT: Your call to me is free - 952-473-5405 to discuss your case and the very important issues currently being litigated.   In April, 2013, the United States Supreme Court held that a police officer must obtain a warrant from a judge before taking a test from a DWI suspect in Missouri.  Questions regarding whether the state can use test results and/or test refusals to prosecute drivers and to take away their licenses, plates and vehicles.    These issues are still being litigated in the Minnesota Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, especially in the context of the making Test Refusal a CRIME, and whether a police officer can properly threaten prosecution for that potentially unconstitutional crime in order to get a driver to consent to a blood, breath or urine test.

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