Roger Croteau - Express-News
County Attorney Elizabeth Murray-Kolb said judges will be standing by, ready to issue warrants authorizing a blood draw from suspects who refuse a breathalyzer test.
And nurses will be on hand to draw the blood at the jail.
The no refusal program will be in effect for the entire Labor Day weekend. The Seguin and Cibolo police departments, Guadalupe County Sheriff's Department, Texas Department of Public Safety, the county attorney's office and several judges all have agreed to cooperate on it.
Assistant county attorneys also will be available to help officers draw up requests for warrants to obtain a blood sample.