True or False? Refusing to take a chemical sobriety test means you cannot be convicted of a DUI. While you do have the legal right to refuse a field sobriety test, many states require that you provide some sort of proof of non-impairment.
In this video, FindLaw.com shares information on state laws regarding alcohol and drug impairment. While DUI and DWI laws vary from state to state, it is illegal for any driver to operate a vehicle while impaired by drugs or alcohol. Drug impairment can include illegal drugs, prescription drugs, and even over-the-counter medications such as antihistamines. What happens when you refuse a field sobriety test? Find out with this full clip.
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