State's attorney's office plans holiday 'no-refusal' measures
ST. CHARLES – The Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office will partner with law enforcement officials to crack down on impaired drivers during two upcoming holidays.
State’s Attorney Joe McMahon said the no-refusal measures should spur people to think about assigning a designated driver or taking public transportation instead of driving under the influence during Halloween and Thanksgiving.
In a no-refusal operation, police work to speed up the DUI booking process by partnering with prosecutors to quickly obtain a search warrant to compel suspected drunken drivers to submit a blood or breath test. Anyone who fails to submit to chemical testing when a search warrant is obtained can face other sanctions.
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