If you have passed there tests, and there is no scent of drugs or alcohol, shouldn't you be free to go? Why is it now you are generally told they need to take blood? And can you refuse to give blood? Or by refusing to give blood is that viewed as your hiding something and allows them to call it probable cause to forcefully take it if necessary?
And for those people that have been prescribed narcotic pain killers by there doctor which stay in your system for I do beleive up to 30 days depending on the person and what not. If opiates show up because you took you medicine last night so you could sleep. Will that also get you a DUI or is there a course of action that needs to be taken to show what you take and that it will show up in a blood test.
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