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My child was killed in an auto accident. He was 16 and was not driving. The child that was driving was 19. The police gave the child alcohol test and not a drug test which is required by state law. My question is, is my sons rights been violated? If they have what should I do about this?
 


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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Arial, Helvetica, Verdana">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by concerned/mother:
My child was killed in an auto accident. He was 16 and was not driving. The child that was driving was 19. The police gave the child alcohol test and not a drug test which is required by state law. My question is, is my sons rights been violated? If they have what should I do about this?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

My response:

We don't know your State. Also, please tell us exactly, with all information you know, how this accident occurred, including directions of travel, how many vehicles involved, etc., and whether each party had insurance, and the details of that, if you know. Additionally, please tell us your legal authority for stating: " . . . a drug test which is required by state law."

Then, we will be able to answer your questions, and perhaps, assist you.

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