The Three Consequences Of Refusing A Breath Test

Being charged with DUI means that you have been pulled over, asked to take a field sobriety and breath test, and that the test result showed the level of alcohol in your system was over the legal limit. The breath test is the most common way for police to determine if...

Four Consequences Of Refusing The Breath Test

When it comes to drinking and driving, Florida is an implied consent state. Legally, what this means is that if you are pulled over on suspicion of DUI and asked to take a breath test, the very fact you were benefitting from the state’s roadways implies that you...

What Exactly Is Implied Consent?

With DUI cases comes the talk of “implied consent” and the breath test. Most people have heard these terms, but are unclear as to how they work in real life. With most DUI stops, the police officer will ask the driver to submit to a breath test, and this test is...