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A plenliagsy rational answer. Good to
hear from you.
The only time that blood can be
mandatory is in a fatal crash. Or,
if you are arertsed for DUI and can
not blow or the police want to have
blood so that they can check for
alcohol and drug use.Other than that,
the diagnostic blood samples taken by
the hospital are not just routinely
used in a DUI case. They are not
considered evidence. The Prosecutor
CAN subpoena the hospital / medical
records It is up to the court if
they can be used in evidence. This
all depends if he is charged with DUI
at the time. As far as the insurance
company, they too could try for a
subpoena to get the diagnostic blood
records. But, they, of course, can
not file any criminal charges. Was
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