Here we are with another law enforcement atrocity designed to make us all safer. I do remember discussing the original SC case in law school that allowed the police to take a draw of blood without the consent of the person whose blood was being taken. My doesn't that sound clean though. No discussion about strapping down the victim and forcing him/her to lie there against their wishes while the cops stick a needle into their arm to get the blood.
How many times do you think that they are permitted to stick a needle into your arm until they hit a vein? I suspect as many as they want. Thank god we don't live in a police state.