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Supreme Court to Hear Warrantless DUI Blood Draw Case

Tyler G. McNeely did not consent to having blood drawn in hospital after being pulled over and arrested

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When Tyler G. McNeely was knocking back drinks on an October evening in 2010, he probably didn't figure he was about to embark on a two year journey to the United States Supreme Court.

But that's exactly where his night of boozing will land him tomorrow, when the nine justices will hear arguments to determine whether a Missouri State Trooper had the right to take and test McNeely's blood without consent or a warrant.

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