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Before a police officer has the right to seize a sample of breath or blood there may be conditions precedent. In some jurisdictions, the seizure will not be lawful unless the police officer makes a formal Demand for such a sample upon reasonable grounds for such a formal Demand.
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Demands for Breath Samples: In Canada there are specific rules governing the lawfulness of approved screening device demands at roadside ,breath demands for the police station approved instrument , and blood demands.
See also: blood tests
See also: Demand
See also: Forthwith
See also: Coutts_Milne_Huff_White
See also: blood demand
See also: reasonably suspects
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Indiana : Accused rights in criminal prosecutions
New York : Seizure and Forfeiture of Vehicles used in the Unlicensed Operation of a Vehicle
Ontario : Right to Counsel
Ontario : Alcohol Drug Evaluation Demand and Screening Procedure
Ontario : Certificate of Qualified Technician
Ontario : Blood Demand
Ontario : Presumption of BAC
Ontario : Breath Demand
Ontario : Approved Screening Device or Physical Tests Demand
Ontario : Over 0 Novice Driver
Ontario : 3 Day Suspension Over 50 mg/100mL
Ontario : Grounds for Appeal of ADLS
Ontario : Automatic 90 Day Suspension when Charged with Over 80 or Refusal
Ontario : Refusal Offence
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