Holly L Campbell, CADC, RMSR, SQP

Net Transcripts Blog

A suspected drunk driver may be able to refuse a breathalyzer test, but officers in an increasing number of cities adopting “No Refusal” initiatives are now seeking warrants for blood draws to determine a suspect’s blood alcohol content. In instances where a breath test is refused by the driver, officers can immediately apply to a judge for a DWI/DUI search warrant via telephone or other electronic communication, allowing blood tests to be performed quickly to reflect accurate alcohol levels at the time of the arrest.

The conviction of impaired drivers during expanding “No Refusal” efforts is streamlined by electronic warrant acquisition, a process that can take around 90 minutes, according to case studies. Net Transcripts’ services offer transcription of these audio search warrants for agency files, court records, and investigations. Transcripts will be promptly returned in a few hours, so officers can meet deadlines to present the document…

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