If I get pulled over for a DUI, what If I Initially Refused, But Later Agreed to Take the Test?
Suppose you initially refuse to take the blood or breath test. But a few minutes later you change your mind and tell the officer “OK, I agree to take it.” Unfortunately, under California DUI law, it still counts as a refusal. As the law puts it, “One offer plus one rejection equals one refusal.”
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