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Commentary By: Gordon King
(SOURCE) The State of Oregon will be having road checkpoints on the 4th of July, stopping cars for mandatory breathalyzer tests or blood tests. Apparently if a person refuses the breathalyzer the police will obtain a warrant for a blood test from an on-call judge.
This is called a “No Refusal” checkpoint, meaning that if you are stopped by the police, then they will make you take either test. The test may be performed on-site, at a medical facility, or in jail.
This is nothing new under the sun, as we have seen these checkpoints popping up around the country over the past few years.
Is this legal for them to be doing this? Or is it an infringement upon our Constitutional rights as Americans? I believe the later to be the case.