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A lower court had ruled to exclude blood test results in the Fierro case and the state appealed the decision. This material may Saucony Triumph Iso 2 Mens not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
A South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper holds a flashlight and breathalyzer during a sobriety checkpoint on I 229 on Oct. 28, 2011. (Emily Spartz/Argus Leader)
Supreme Court to hear implied consent argument
A defense attorney for Shauna Fierro in the DUI case at hand has argued the law violates the Fourth Amendment which protects against unreasonable searches. The attorney says there's a difference between breath tests and more invasive blood tests.