Chuck Ramsay Discusses Minnesota DWI Blood Testing With Minnesota's Capitol Report

Posted On October 19, 2015 by Daniel Koewler

The DWI legal landscape continues to shift after last week's decision by the Court of Appeals that Minnesota's DWI Test Refusal law is unconstitutional when law enforcement demand a blood sample.

Ramsay Law Firm's own Chuck Ramsay spoke with Politics In Minnesota's Capitol Report regarding the recent decision, noting that the decision is a "game changer."

Because the implied-consent advisory has 'now become a misstatement of the law,' Ramsay ventured DWI convictions in which the defendant agreed to submit to a blood sample could be subject to challenge.

Chuck Ramsay has a long history of fighting Minnesota's Test Refusal Law, and after years of practice has become a resource for both the legal and non-legal community, providing insight and commentary for most local news outlets.

Published since 1927, the Capitol Report is the only independent newspaper dedicated to covering the Minnesota Legislature, state politics and public policy. Politics in Minnesota (PIM) was launched in 1982 as a weekly print newsletter.

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