Police need not specify breath, blood test, Md. high court says

Judges cite goal of stopping drunk driving

Police need not specify whether they want a suspected drunk motorist to take a blood or breath test for the presence of alcohol, Maryland’s top court unanimously ruled last week in overruling a lower court’s reinstatement of a commercial driver’s license because the officer had not stated the two options. In its 7-0 decision Thursday, the ...

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