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What are the limits to implied consent?

Many drivers may not know (or understand) Minnesota’s implied consent rules when it comes to seeking evidence in DWI cases. Basically, law enforcement agencies have a right to compel a driver who has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol to produce a sample of bodily fluid that may be tested to detect alcohol or other illegal substances.

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