You'd have better luck asking the Public Defender's office in that courthouse. They're going to know about more motions in front of a particular judge than anyone.
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This issue is fairly new and not many motions have been brought by defense counsel. Further, the issue is extremely fact specific.
Very interesting question. Retroactive application is being litigated by members of the California DUI Lawyers Association (CDLA) with mixed results. CDLA's position is that it is retroactive since the requirement for a medically approved and necessary blood draw pursuant to the 4th Amendment has been in effect for over 40 years since Schmerber was decided by the US Supreme Court. If the question is whether the judge has ruled on the issue before, the best person to talk to your attorney or public defender.
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