Blood testing is becoming more and more common in Tennessee DUI cases.  But recently, the U.S. Supreme Court held that in order to take a sample of a driver’s blood to determine the alcohol content, the police may have to get a warrant.  In this case, Missouri v. McNeely, the court ruled that the simple…

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