The ACLU of Maine filed an amicus brief addressing whether a defendant's refusal to submit to warrantless blood-alcohol testing can be admitted as evidence of guilt at a trial for operating under the influence. We argue it may not.

Attorney(s)

Jamesa Drake, Zachary Heiden

Date filed

September 8, 2016

Court

Maine Supreme Judicial Court

Status

On appeal

Case number

CUM-15-568

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