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Refusing a breath test in New Jersey

When you got your driver's license and started driving in New Jersey, you automatically gave up your right to refuse a breath test to determine if you were driving while intoxicated. Should you decide to refuse, anyway, the police can have your blood drawn at a medical clinic in order to get your blood alcohol content percentage.

Woman with tree lodged in her car charged with DUI

The results of blood or breath tests are often the most important pieces of evidence in drunk driving cases, but police officers must be able to show that they had probable cause to pull the defendant's vehicle over in the first place. Criminal defense attorneys may seek to have cases dismissed or charges reduced when probable cause can not be established, but this is unlikely to be case with an Illinois woman who was charged with driving under the influence in January 2016.

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