Mississippi Code Title 49. Conservation and Ecology § 49-7-301. Hunting incident implied consent

(1) Any person who exercises the privilege of hunting in this state shall be deemed to have given implied consent to a chemical test of his blood, breath, urine or other bodily substance for the purpose of determining the presence of alcohol or any other drug if the person is involved in a hunting incident in which his use of a weapon caused an injury or death to a person.

(2) For the chemical analysis of the person's blood, breath, urine or other bodily substance to be considered valid under this section, the analysis must have been performed according to the requirements established in Section 63-11-19 .

(3) When a person undergoes a chemical test at the request of a law enforcement officer, only a physician, registered nurse, laboratory technician, emergency medical technician, or other qualified person may draw blood for the purpose of determining the alcohol or drug content therein.  This limitation shall not apply to the taking of breath or urine specimens.  No physician, registered nurse, laboratory technician, emergency medical technician or other qualified person shall incur any civil liability as a result of the medically proper taking of the blood specimens when requested by a law enforcement officer.


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