State v. Thompson
At the end of 2015, we persuaded the Minnesota Court of Appeals that Minnesota's DWI Test Refusal Law was unconstitutional. They ruled that the statute was null and void, and that drivers could not be convicted for a crime if they refused to submit to a warrantless urine test. This not only had major repercussions for those who refused a urine test, but even changed the law for those who actually submitted to a test (after being threatened with the crime of refusal). This case later made it to the Minnesota Supreme Court.