Mitchell v. Wisconsin, SCOTUS No. 18–6210, Decided June 27, 2019. Episode 647 (Duration 22:02) (Categorical Rule Allows Warrantless Blood Draws From Unconscious Drivers) Unconscious drivers plus natural BAC dissipation create an exigent circumstance for a blood draw.
Birchfield v. North Dakota, SCOTUS No. 14–1468. Argued April 20, 2016—Decided June 23, 2016. Episode 186 (Duration 8:34). May the State criminalize the failure to comply with implied consent laws? Implied Consent Still Alive and Well, Forced Blood Draws Still Require a Warrant.
People v. Pratt, 2018 IL App (5th) 170427 (December). Episode 574 (Duration 6:41) Warrantless blood draw after an accident deemed unconstitutional blood results excluded.
People v. Quigley, 2018 IL App (1st) 172560 (November). Episode 565 (Duration 9:50) He was plastered and sends his car air born on the expressway, nonetheless, he says his hospital blood can’t be considered in a civil suspension hearing.
Episode 469 (Duration 26:45) Here’s a quick summary of Illinois cases that deal with non consensual, forceable, warrantless blood draws.