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Refusing a Chemical Test

MR. MYLES L. BERMAN® – asa* Myles Burmen: If a person refused a breath or a blood test, then in court, there’s less evidence that the prosecution has to prosecute somebody who was arrested for DUI. Although on a conviction, the penalties can be greater. On the other hand, with the DMV, if somebody has refused a blood or a breath test, then the penalties will be greater if the DMV concludes that the person refused a blood or a breath test. *means “also spelled as”

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