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DUI Search & Seizure Blood Draw

Posted by John Rutkowski | May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

The trial court properly found that collection and handling of blood samples obtained at medical facility to which defendant had been transported substantially complied with applicable rule. Substantial compliance with rule is proper standard to be applied to admission of blood test evidence and the trial court properly found that offering breath test or urine test prior to blood draw was impractical. Therefore the trial court properly denied motion to suppress blood test results. Read more below: 

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John Rutkowski

Mr. Rutkowski has been practicing law for the past twenty-four years. Prior to practicing law Mr. Rutkowski served twelve years as a deputy sheriff, retiring to attend law school. Starting his law-enforcement career as a patrol deputy which included two years on the DUI squad; Mr. Rutkowski moved up the ranks becoming a corporal in the field training program which give him the responsibility for training new recruits.


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