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Learn how to answer matters based on breath test refusal

We recently discussed your rights for handling a request from a law enforcement officer to get a sample for a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) test. This provided you with some very important information. In a nutshell, you have the right to refuse to take a breath test, but that refusal comes with consequences. Sadly, the consequences of refusal apply even if it comes to light that you weren't intoxicated.

Know your rights regarding blood alcohol concentration tests

You see the flashing lights behind you and know that you have to stop. The issue that you have now is that you know you've had a few drinks and you are worried about the Breathalyzer test. You know that you are going to have to decide how to handle the police officer's request that you submit to a test to determine your blood alcohol concentration.

Evaluate options you have for your DUI defense

As we have discussed in previous blogs, you have to take steps before you go out with friends to ensure that you won't face drunk driving charges. If you do have a few drinks when you go out with friends and didn't make plans to get home, you might end up facing drunk driving charges. We know that this isn't something you thought that you would have to face, but we are here to help you as you go through the process.

Things to do to avoid being charged with DUI

Once spring rolls around, one of the most important things college aged kids can think about is where they're going to go for spring break. As these young adults embark on their sun-filled vacations away from the safety of their home with mom and dad, their newfound freedom encourages them to engage in potentially risky behavior they otherwise may not engage in, like drunk driving.

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