Officers are not required to show you the warrant before they execute it. They are only required to have a warrant before they do the involuntary blood draw. As such, it doesn't matter if they showed it to you or not. Regardless, you should request a copy of it via a request for discovery if your case moves forward. You are entitled to a copy of it if they decide to charge you so that you can review and challenge it. If the warrant was invalid, then any evidence, including the blood draw, could be thrown out.
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