Arrested For DUI… Must You Submit a Breath Test?

Massachusetts criminal law attorney Steve Brooks explains what you need to do if you’re faced giving a breath test when pulled over by a police officer.

If I’m pulled over, do I take the breath test or not? This is a common question asked by many people who are pulled over and accused of driving while under the influence. What’s different about Massachusetts is that not only can you refuse a breath test that choice will not come back up in court. It is information not allowed in the courtroom, so it cannot be used against you making people assume you’re guilty. A great position to be in with a case like this is the only evidence against you is the police officer’s interpretation of your behavior which led up to an arrest. This can be expanded upon and really gives us an advantage in court. Watch the video now to learn more.

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