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Refusing to Take the Breath or Blood or Other Evidentiary Test to Determine Your Blood Alcohol Level | Deadlines and Penalties
Refusing to Take the Breath or Blood or Other Evidentiary Test to Determine Your Blood Alcohol Level | Deadlines and Penalties

(Idaho Law) Refusing to take a breath, blood, or other evidentiary test to determine the alcohol level in your blood carries severe penalties and has a very tight deadline to request a hearing to contest the penalties. The penalties for refusing a breath, blood or other ...

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