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Refusing a breathalyzer: Considered guilty?

Refusing a breathalyzer: Considered guilty?

This week, Bellingham DUI attorney, Jonathan Rands discusses refusing a breathalyzer on suspicion of DUI. Currently, if a person under suspicion refuses to take a breathalyzer, the court considers them guilty via consciousness of guilt.  Jonathan continues to discuss the Amic dispute he presented to the supreme court.  


  

 


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Julie
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