Field Sobriety Testing
Consequences If You Refuse A Blood or Breath Test
If you are suspected and stopped for DWI or DUI, and you refuse a blood or breath test, under Minnesota’s Implied Consent law you face a minimum civil penalty of one year license revocation and a maximum criminal penalty of a $3000.00 fine and one year in jail. If there is a DWI accident causing injury or death to another, then the Implied Consent procedures do not apply and a blood test will be taken with or without your consent. Under these circumstances you do not have the legal right to refuse to submit to a blood or breath test.
DWI / DUI/ Drunk Driving Defense Defense Lawyer Handling Blood & Breath Test Results
At Halberg Criminal Defense, we provide aggressive criminal defense and a strong legal commitment to clients charged with DWI / DUI/ Drunk Driving in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area and the State of Minnesota. We can challenge the outcome of a blood or breath intoxication report in an effort to have the findings dismissed so they cannot be used to convict the person of DWI / DUI/ Drunk Driving Defense.
A knowledgeable blood and breath test lawyer at Halberg Criminal Defense can also negotiate as necessary to lower charges down to the minimum in an effort to avoid serious criminal and administrative penalties. Please, do not let false blood or breath test results lead to the loss of your freedom. Contact the Halberg Criminal Defense Law Firm today to meet with an attorney during a free and private consultation.