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You may think you have the "right" to not incriminate yourself by refusing to take a breath or chemical test for blood-alcohol concentration if you are stopped on suspicion of drunk driving. You can refuse, but in every state in the nation the refusal itself is a violation that can cause you more problems than if you had taken the tests. Read more...

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