SANDRA L. WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW

FRANKLIN SEARCH WARRANT

   Williamson County, Tennessee at Franklin Blank DUI Search Warrant for Blood Draw
  In light of Missouri v. McNeely, 133 S. Ct. 1552 (2013) where a divided Supreme Court affirmed the Missouri Supreme Court, agreeing that an involuntary blood draw is a "search" as that term is used in the Fourth Amendment and as such, a warrant is generally required. The Court; however, left open the possibility that the "exigent circumstances" exception to that general requirement might apply in some drunk-driving cases. 

In Williamson County, Tennessee, it has become second nature that anytime a person accused of driving under the influence refuses to submit to a blood test, that person is immediately taken to Williamson County Medical Center while the officer obtains a search warrant for blood.

Attached below is a copy of Blank Search Warrant for Blood for Williamson County, Tennessee.

DUI_Search_Warrant.doc
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