5 Alerts From the BLOOD WITHDRAWAL Tag


Motorists in Court—Latest Court Case Updates from Around the Country: oos E-Newsletter #544

This time of year, many state legislatures have wrapped up their yearly bills, but courts never stop. Here are just some of the cases we have been tracking. The Colorado Supreme Court recently declared that an alert by a drug-sniffing police dog to detect marijuana and other drugs no longer provides probable cause for a […]

An Eye on Recent Motorist Rights Court Cases, Part 1: oos Weekly E-Newsletter #529

Motorist rights cases have made news and even history recently. There have been so many as of late, we are dedicating two separate newsletters to provide some insight on the legal rulings that are affecting drivers around the country. This week’s newsletter focuses on recent rulings and pending US Supreme Court and federal court cases. […]

Police in Two States use Hospitals to take Motorists’ Blood without a warrant: oos Newsletter #466

By guest writer Joe Cadillic, from the MassPrivatal Blog Police state America has found a disturbing new way to forcibly take motorists blood without a warrant. Law enforcement is using private hospitals to do their dirty work. Earlier this year, I reported that police in Oregon were forcing hospitals to take motorists blood without a warrant. I […]

DUID—Driving under the influence of Drugs just took a Turn: oos E-Newsletter #394

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed into law last month a plan that allows state police to implement one of the most invasive methods of drug testing in the country all in the name of a pilot program:  saliva swab tests. Michigan drivers from 5 counties (yet to be determined) will be the experimental rats so […]

oos E-Newsletter #258: Just Say NO for the Holidays

Nothing says Happy Holidays like getting caught up in a roadblock followed by one of NHTSA’s elves asking you for a “voluntary” blood sample. We originally told you about this ongoing roadside “research project” a few weeks back (oos E-Newsletter #255: Dangerous Business). Since then, it seems that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) […]