Most people understand that if they’re stopped by the police and suspected of drunk driving, it’s possible they’ll be asked to submit to a breathalyzer or perhaps some field sobriety tests. We see these kinds of things depicted regularly on television and in movies. What isn’t as common knowledge is that police can and often do ask drivers to submit to blood or urine tests to determine potential impairment. Are these tests required? Can you be punished for not complying? The North Dakota Supreme Court is currently tackling these very important questions. To learn more, keep reading.