What Can You Do After Refusing A Breath Test?

Being pulled over and asked to submit to a Breathalyzer can be confusing and stressful. You may not have ever thought you would be in such a situation and you may have panicked and refused to submit to the breath test.

Whether you made a conscious or a spontaneous choice to refuse to take a Breathalyzer, you now have to build a case that can help you deal with the consequences of having refused the test.

Depending on your record, you could be facing a lifetime loss of your driving privileges if you have refused to take a breath test.

Even if you have never been convicted of OUI/DUI, you will be facing a possible six-month suspension of your driver's license. A second offense carries a three-year driver's license suspension.

These Penalties Are Very Serious

The penalties for refusing a breath test are so severe because the state wants to make the choice of refusing so unattractive that everyone complies. With such severe penalties on the books, you have little choice but to put up the strongest fight you can against these charges.

Defense From A Former Boston Prosecutor

At the offices of Attorney John B. Seed, our firm understands how the state looks at and handles refusal to submit for a breath test case. The penalties are harsh and the prosecution is unforgiving. We work hard to protect your rights and your future when you find yourself in such a difficult situation. We will identify the best options for you, outline the pros and cons of those approaches and then take the action you are most comfortable with.

Attorney John B. Seed formerly supervised the Brighton District Court as a Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney. During his time there, he prosecuted many OUI/DUI cases. He uses what he learned there to help people secure the best possible resolutions to the challenging cases they face now.

Boston Drunk Driving Defense Lawyer Serving All Of Eastern Massachusetts

If you refused to submit to a Breathalyzer, you may be facing very serious consequences. Turn to Attorney John B. Seed. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 508-817-3194 or contact us online.

We have offices in Brighton, Beverly, New Bedford and Worcester to make our services more accessible.