The Supreme Court is looking at whether police need a warrant before ordering a blood test for someone suspected of drunk driving.

According to Judge Andrew Napolitano, for years, courts took the position that you can’t enter someone’s body without a search warrant. Twenty-five states prohibit police from taking blood without a person’s consent or a warrant.

Police argue that such evidence may no longer be available by the time a search warrant is issued.

Hear the judge’s take in the video below:

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