County attorney speaks on MN Supreme Court decision

This week, the Minnesota Court of Appeals said a drunk driver can still be charged with refusing to take a breath or blood test if arresting officers believe there is enough evidence to get a search warrant to require the test — even if they don’t obtain the warrant.

Last fall, Justine talked with Nobles County Attorney Kathy Kusz about implied consent, and what it means. We're taking a look back at that discussion.

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