Supreme Court hears DUI case in which blood was ordered drawn from unconscious driver without a warrant

April 24, 2019 0 By NIKESHOE

Gerald P. Mitchell was convicted of a seventh DUI offense in 2013 after police drew his blood while he was unconscious to prove an illegal BAC level.

A Wisconsin DUI case in which police officers ordered the blood of an unconscious man be drawn for evidence without first getting a warrant was heard by the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday.