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Implied consent and refusal of chemical testing in Oklahoma

After a night of partying, you have to get home so you can get some rest. If you don't plan properly, that might mean that you have to get behind the wheel of a vehicle. When you drive after drinking, you are running the risk of getting pulled over by law enforcement officers. Being pulled over means that you might end up facing charges for drunk driving.

We know that you might panic when you see the flashing lights behind your vehicle. Your first thought may be to try to prevent the law enforcement officer from getting the proof they need regarding your intoxication level. One way that you might think of to do this is to refuse to take a chemical test that uses either your breath or blood to determine your blood alcohol concentration level.

In Oklahoma, you are bound by the concept of implied consent when you get your driver's license. This concept means that you will comply with law enforcement officers who request that you take a BAC test. When you don't do that, you might end up facing penalties for that decision.

We understand that you need to have your driver's license so you can continue to carry out your daily activities. This is especially true if your job requires you to have a driver's license. We can help you to determine the methods that you have available to fight for your driver's license to remain valid.

While we are working to protect your driver's license, we can also begin building your defense against the drunk driving charges you are facing.

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