State v. Disch (1984)
In State v. Disch, 119 Wis. 2d 461, 463, 351 N.W.2d 492 (1984), the defendant challenged the admissibility of a blood test result because the original blood sample drawn after her accident was no longer available to her for retesting.
The supreme court rejected Disch's argument.
The court held that there was sufficient due process afforded to the defendant through her ability to cross-examine witnesses, inspect testing equipment and have separate tests for intoxication performed on the night of her arrest. See id. at 463.