This case can be fought on the lack of evidence and improper procedure. The court
should dismiss any charges without evidence of when the incident occurred and without any documentation of the incident. If blood was taken from you without your consent, then any evidence they gained from it should be thrown out. It seems that there are many problems with this case that a prosecutor will have a hard time overcoming and any decent attorney should be able to argue enough to get the case dismissed. There is no record of any probable cause
for them to test you. You have medical records showing your illness. All of these things wil assist you in defending your case.
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