NDAA Supports Amicus brief in the Mitchell v. Wisconsin Case

NDAA joined the National Conference of State Legislatures, the International City/County Management Association and the International Municipal Lawyers Association in support of an amicus brief by the State and Local Legal Center in the Mitchell v. Wisconsin case before the Supreme Court. The brief argues that when police officers encounter an unconscious motorist they have probable cause to believe is impaired, it should be permissible for the motorist’s blood to be drawn without a warrant. Wisconsin and 28 other states allow this practice.  Read the full brief here.

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