The New Mexico Supreme Court recently held that an emergency room technician with appropriate training and experience qualifies as a “laboratory technician” and can therefore draw blood as part of the investigatory process to a to draw blood as part of the investigatory process to a driving while intoxicated case.

On Dec. 16, the high court issued its opinion in State of New Mexico v. Adams, one of six cases with similar fact patterns.

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