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SD Supreme Court Ruled on Drunk Driving Cases

The South Dakota Supreme Court ruled Monday on drunk driving cases in the state.Attorney general Marty Jackley announced that in the United States Supreme Court case of McNeely versus Missouri, warrantless blood draws will not work on previous drunk driving cases in South Dakota. The case specifically states that the natural process of alcohol in the bloodstream doesn't justify conducting a blood test without a warrant. However, the state Supreme Court will ultimately decide what effect the decision will have on the state's implied consent law.
/ Source: KNBN-TV

The South Dakota Supreme Court ruled Monday on drunk driving cases in the state.Attorney general Marty Jackley announced that in the United States Supreme Court case of McNeely versus Missouri, warrantless blood draws will not work on previous drunk driving cases in South Dakota. The case specifically states that the natural process of alcohol in the bloodstream doesn't justify conducting a blood test without a warrant. However, the state Supreme Court will ultimately decide what effect the decision will have on the state's implied consent law.