Being pulled over for suspicion of DWI can be a confusing time and you might not be sure what your best course of action should be. The state of Minnesota has implied consent when you operate a car and that entails you being required to submit to a blood, breath, or urine test if you are arrested for DWI. If you choose not to submit to a blood alcohol test after you have been arrested, you will automatically be charged with a gross misdemeanor. If you are ever pulled and charged with drunk driving, don’t hesitate to reach out to our Minneapolis DWI attorney at Brockton D. Hunter P.A.
Our firm can provide you with clear guidance and legal representation if you are charged with a DWI. Call (612) 979-1112 as soon as you can.
By refusing to submit to a DWI test, you are triggering complex and possibly detrimental factors in your case. As an attorney, we do not encourage anybody to refuse to a DWI test if they are arrested or if a police officer has probable cause because that would be breaking the law. If you do refuse to submit to a blood, breath, or urine test of your blood alcohol content, you initiate a civil proceeding against you and will automatically have your driver's license revoked.
If you are arrested for a DWI, you have the opportunity to consult with Minneapolis criminal defense attorney. Our team can advise you on possible consequences and what the most appropriate actions for you might be. Brockton D. Hunter P.A. has provided effective legal representation for many clients throughout the Minnesota.
Contact us at (612) 979-1112 if you or a loved one has been charged with DWI.