Monmouth County Refusing to Perform a Field Sobriety 2017-04-28T12:33:29+00:00

Monmouth County Refusing to Perform a Field Sobriety Lawyer

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When you are pulled over by a police officer in Monmouth or Ocean County on suspicion of drinking and driving, the police officer may attempt to subject you to FSTs, Breathalyzer tests, or even blood tests to determine if you have been drinking or under the influence of alcohol. You may legally refuse to take any of these tests unless the officer has a warrant.

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In all states, the consent laws mandate drivers have their licenses administratively suspended for refusing a blood or Breathalyzer test. These laws do not require you to a field sobriety test, nor do they mandate penalties if you refuse one.

In New Jersey, if you get arrested for a DUI, you must take a Breathalyzer test. When you get your license in New Jersey, you give consent for this test, known as “implied consent.” If you refuse to take a Breathalyzer test, you will be detained and brought to a hospital where hospital staff may draw blood.

If you refuse a Breathalyzer test, you will face the same loss of driving privileges as a DUI offense.

Learn More by visiting http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Violations/dui_Breathalyzer.htm

What Should I Do if I have Been Charged with Refusing to Take a Breathalyzer Test?

If you have been charged for refusing to submit to a breathalyzer or any other DUI offense, the Ocean and Monmouth County law firm IMG Legal Group can assist you in your defense. Ian Goldman represents clients in DUI related offenses. Contact us to schedule a free consultation lawyers in NJ.

Monmouth County Refusing to Perform a Field Sobriety Lawyer

If you have been arrested and have a past conviction in New Jersey, Contact IMGoldman Legal Group Monmouth County, NJ Criminal Lawyer for advice and representation from a knowledgeable and experienced Red Bank, NJ criminal defense attorney.