Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law

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OSJCL Amici: Views from the Field

ACLU Says Ohio's New DUI Law Unconstitutional

A new law in Ohio allows police to force a person with two or more previous drunk driving convictions to submit to a blood or urine test without consent. The previous law required a warrant from a judge to test blood or urine for alcohol or drugs. A Delaware City Prosecutor thinks the law is a powerful change because it allows the police to obtain the best evidence there is and does not allow the suspect to withhold it.



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