Refused a Breath Test Lawyer
The five star review posted above came in this morning for a driver license hardship appeal we held for a client this past week. To date, driver license lawyer, Aaron J. Boria has won every single hardship appeal he has ever filed.
If your driver license has been suspended for refusing a breath test then you need to call driver license lawyer, Aaron J. Boria (734) 453-7806.
Refusing a Breath Test
Sometimes refusing a breath test can be helpful, but many people do not understand which test they are refusing and the consequences.
When police are deciding whether or not to arrest you they may offer a preliminary breath test. A refusal for the preliminary breath test, or PBT for short, is a mere fine that does not show up on your driving record.
The big consequences for refusing a breath test occur if you are arrested and then you refuse the chemical test, because at that point Implied Consent has kicked in. The Implied consent test is a chemical test that is usually offered at the station or a hospital. Michigan law says that if you refuse this test then you lose your license for a year.
If your license is revoked under implied consent you are not allowed to driver for any reason, not even for an emergency.
Driver License Hardship Appeal
You can fight the alleged refusal to submit to the test, but they are tough cases to win, and unless you have a dead ringer the hearing officers tend to side with the police.
However, there is still hope and that comes in the form of a driver license hardship appeal to the circuit court. If successful in circuit court you will be granted a hardship license which will allow you to drive to work and in the course of work, to school, to court, and to necessary medical appointments.
If your license has been suspended for refusing to submit to a breath test then you need to call driver license lawyer, Aaron J. Boria today (734) 453-7806.