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What happens if you refuse to take a breath test?

The breath test is one of the more notable incidents during the course of a driving under the influence arrest, mainly because there are myths out there about being able to "refuse" this test. We spoke about the topic of breath tests last summer, and the fact that most states -- including Minnesota -- have an "implied consent" law, which simply says that if you have a driver's license, you inherently agree to take a breath test in the case of a lawful DUI arrest.

Minnesota Supreme Court makes another ruling on implied consent

A couple of weeks ago we wrote about a slight change in the implied consent rule thanks to a new interpretation of the rule by the Minnesota Supreme Court. In a follow-up to that post, this post will look at another decision the Minnesota Supreme Court made in relation to implied consent -- but this time, it has to do with breath tests and an individual who refuses to take one.

Super Bowl Sunday: fewer DUIs in Minnesota than previous years

Super Bowl Sunday is an unofficial holiday here in the United States, and as a result, many people take the liberty of enjoying some beers during the biggest football game on the planet. Unfortunately, this can lead to some unfortunate events during Super Bowl Sunday, such as people consuming alcohol and then getting behind the wheel of a car.

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