Refused a Breathalyzer Test in Rhode Island? Here's Why You Need the Help of Marin and Barrett Law Firm's DUI Defense Attorneys
If you're driving in Rhode Island and get pulled over under suspicion of DUI, the police officer may ask you to take a breathalyzer test. Refusing to do so can lead to serious consequences, including immediate license suspension at your first court appearance and long-term license suspension or ignition interlock requirements. You may also face hefty fines, costs, and assessments and mandatory community service. In this blog post, we discuss the potential penalties for refusing a breathalyzer test and emphasize the importance of seeking the guidance of experienced DUI defense attorneys like Attorney Kensley Barrett and Attorney Angelica Bovis of Marin and Barrett Law Firm. They can help you fight for your driving privileges and defend you against criminal charges. If you have been charged with refusing a breathalyzer test in Rhode Island, contact Marin and Barrett Law Firm today for a free consultation.