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Can I Refuse To Take The Field Sobriety Tests?
Can I Refuse To Take The Field Sobriety Tests?

In California, “implied consent” pertains to the required participation in a blood, breath or urine test in order to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC) level. Refusing this test will automatically lead to the suspension of your driver’s license for one year. However, ...

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