Introduced by Rep. Wayne Schmidt R-Traverse City on September 9, 2014
To revise a law establishing that if the driver of a vehicle involved in an accident is taken to the hospital and a sample of the driver's blood is withdrawn for medical treatment, the results of a chemical analysis are admissible in court to show the presence of alcohol or a controlled substance. The bill would expand this to include urine samples. Official Text and Analysis.
Referred to the House Judiciary Committee on September 9, 2014