A Wisconsin case involving police taking a blood-alcohol test while a person was unconscious will be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Current state law states a person must consent to a blood-alcohol test if police have probable cause they’re driving impaired. The case involves an officer that took a blood sample from a man he suspected was driving drunk while he was unconscious. The suspect’s lawyer claims he should have had the right to withdraw consent. A Supreme Court decision in the case is expected in June.