SPRINGFIELD — The Clark County OVI Task Force will operate a No Refusal OVI checkpoint Friday, Oct. 24, in Clark County.
According to the task force, a “No Refusal Checkpoint” means that every car will be checked to ensure that drivers are not impaired. If there is sufficient probable cause to believe that a driver is operating a vehicle while impaired, law enforcement will seek a blood search warrant from a “neutral and detached magistrate.”
A search warrant will be submitted to that magistrate, and if issued, a nurse will draw blood to check for alcohol and/or drugs in the suspect’s system.
“All aspects of the criminal justice field will be coordinating to ensure scientific evidence is obtained in all OVI cases,” a task force statement reads.
The time and location of the checkpoint will be released Friday, Oct, 24.
3 thoughts on ““No Refusal” Blood Draw Checkpoint Planned in Clark County, Ohio”
Shame on the nurse
didnt another state that recently pulled this stunt (think it was Tennessee )
and it came to pass that it was deemed unconstitutional?
someone refresh my memory
aint giving you none of my blood.. you just better cuff and stuff me than
“The time and location of the checkpoint will be released Friday, Oct, 24.”
So are the militia and the people of that area going to do something about this unconstitutional act or are they just going to sit on their ass or drive up to it and take it?
I mean seriously, it’s practically an open invitation.
DO SOMETHING, FOR CRYIN’ OUT LOUD! 😡
By the way, WHEN THE HELL IS THE MILITIA GOING TO CLOSE THE PORT OF ENTRIES LIKE THEY SAID THEY WOULD???? 😡