30Aug 2019

Refusing A Blood Draw With A Search Warrant Can Lead To Additional Charges

More than ever, as a society, we are all very conscious about the fact 
that we should have control over our bodies, especially with regards to 
the State. However, there are some cases where the cost of standing by 
one's belief can cause significant legal troubles.

One such case is that of a blood draw which has been ordered via a 
search warrant. You may be able to refuse a breathalyzer, but refusing 
or resisting a court ordered blood test could result in obstruction of 
justice charges being brought against you.

Even if you allowed a blood draw test, you may have been in so much pain 
that you were not able to give consent. There are many strategies that 
can be employed in a blood draw DUI case. If you have been arrested or 
charged with a crime, it is important to get an experienced attorney to 
fight for your rights and question all evidence against you. If you live 
in Burlington, Essex, Colchester, Winooski, Williston, Shelburne or 
anywhere in the State of Vermont, and have been arrested or charged with 
DUI or any crime, call Handy Law for aggressive and experienced legal