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487.05(2) In considering whether to issue the warrant, the provincial court judge shall have regard to all relevant matters, including (a) the nature of the designated offence and the circumstances of its commission; and (b) whether there is (i) a peace officer who is able, by virtue of training or experience, to take samples of bodily substances from the person, by means of the investigative procedures described in subsection 487.06(1), or (ii) another person who is able, by virtue of training or experience, to take, under the direction of a peace officer, samples of bodily substances from the person, by means of those investigative procedures.

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