Court Upholds Breath Testing Law

 The Minnesota Supreme Court has upheld a state law making it illegal for suspected drunk drivers to refuse a breath test.

 The high court rejected a man’s claim that the law violated due process by preventing him from refusing an unconstitutional, warrantless search.

The case stemmed from the 2012 arrest of William Bernard, who acknowledged drinking but refused a chemical test.

Justices wrote the law furthers the state’s ability to prosecute drunk drivers.