[JURIST] The Minnesota Supreme Court [official website] on Wednesday upheld [opinion, PDF] the state's driving while intoxicated (DWI) implied consent law, ruling it is constitutional under the Fourth Amendment [text; Cornell LII backgrounder]. The law makes it a crime for impaired drivers to refuse to take a breath, blood or urine test. The case, State v. Brooks, arose out of three separate driving incidents, in which Brooks consented to tests in all three incidents, though he alleged that he was...

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