More decisions on implied consent as we await Arredondo

More decisions on implied consent as we await Arredondo

From February 26, 2016, the Court of Appeals of California, Sixth District decided People v. Arredondo which discussed whether implied consent for a DUI blood draw is actual consent (see 245 Cal.App.4th 186). I blogged about Arredondo here. Implied consent meaning that when you apply for a California driver license, CA DMV makes you sign into a statement saying if you’re arrested for DUI in California that you have given implied consent to...

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