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References

1. State v. Tischio, 107 N.J. 504, 522 (1987) (Clifford, J. Dissenting).

2. Join Together.  Ind. court says police can’t require blood-alcohol tests. Jointogetheronline.org, 6-18-03.

Readings

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). NJ’s Highest Court Places Limits on Use of Force in Taking Blood Samples from DWI Suspects. ACLU press release, 7-26-01.

Nelson, Bruce, and Ames, Tera. Forced blood draws in DUI cases. Communique, 2003, 24(2).

Phillips, Robert C. DUI: Nelson vs. City of Irvine. San Diego County Legal Update Bulletin, 1998, 6, 5-12. “Taking blood from a DUI arrestee who has requested a breath or urine test is unlawful, even if not forced, justifying a federal civil rights suit for common law assault and battery.”

Ziemer, David. Both breath, blood tests cannot be taken. Wisconsin Law Journal, 10-8-03.

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