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High court rules police must avoid coercion when drawing blood in DUI cases (access required)

Police investigating drunken driving cases must get voluntary consent from a suspect without any signs of coercion when drawing blood for testing or else get a search warrant, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled today.

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