Attacking and Defending Drunk Drinking TestsWith a blood draw, police officers have to arrange for a phlebotomist to meet them at the jail, or take the suspect to a hospital. Some officers are also ... to take a blood test. With a blood test the arresting officer does not have immediate results.
|Title||:||Attacking and Defending Drunk Drinking Tests|
|Author||:||Alan R. Eber, Donald J. Bartell|
|Publisher||:||James Publishing - 2007-02|