The Colorado Bureau of Investigation has so far been able to keep up with a sharp increase in requests for blood tests in driving under the influence cases prompted by a policy change over the summer, Director John Camper told The Colorado Sun.
That's despite fears the state wouldn't be able to handle the workload and charges would be dropped as a result.
"Our folks are working very hard," Camper said. "I think they take it almost as a point of personal pride that no one thinks they can do it."
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