Taiwan police need drivers’ consent for blood alcohol tests

Taiwan’s Council of Grand Justices has ruled that police must gain drivers’ consent before conducting blood alcohol tests. A judge argued it is against human rights to force someone against his or her will to perform such a test, requesting that traffic laws are changed to reflect this. Until new legislation is put in place, police officers must obtain a warrant from the local prosecutors’ office to conduct blood alcohol tests.

Source: https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/front/archives/2022/02/27/2003773853