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Supreme Court Weighs Warrantless Blood Tests In Drunken-Driving Cases

The court has long held that warrants are required when government officials order bodily intrusions like a blood draw. But in Wednesday's case, the state of Missouri and the Obama administration contended that warrants shouldn't be required before giving blood tests to suspected drunken drivers, because alcohol dissipates in the blood over time.

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