When is a DUI Refusal Not a Refusal?

California drunk driving law makes it illegal to fail to submit or refusal to complete a breath or blood test upon the request of a peace officer for an arrest due to DUI. Although the law is fairly straightforward there are instances where a refusal is not actually legally deemed a refusal. For example, if the officer is negligent in properly admonishing the driver of the consequences of the refusal then the law forgives the arrestee and a sanction of a drivers license suspension may not be carried out. For more information on the law as it relates to refusals in Long Beach CA contact dui attorney Matthew Ruff for a case analysis and review.

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