Later, the gentleman allegedly failed a field sobriety test. Furthermore, he refused to provide breath samples at the station. Consequently, the cops charged him with DWI, refusal to submit to breath test, and reckless driving.
Penalties for Refusal to Submit to Breath Test, N.J.S.A. 39:4-50.4a
This grid summarizes the ranges of penalties for refusal to submit to breath test in New Jersey. These penalties for refusal to submit to breath test apply to anyone charged with this offense on or after December 1, 2019.
But this grid is only a summary. For example, it does not include collateral consequences of a Refusal conviction. Additionally, the legal equation to calculate prior offenses exceeds the scope of this post. Furthermore, a conviction might involve consecutive license suspensions.
Therefore, if the cops charged you with Refusal to Submit to Breath Test, Drunk Driving, or any other traffic offense, then call me. The information on this web site is only for informational purposes.
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