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Criminal Defense Law – Should I Take The Breathalyzer Or Not in Rhode Island?

Generally, our rule of thumb is that people should not take a Breathalyzer when they’ve been arrested for suspicion of DUI.  There are some specific instances when a person should take a Breathalyzer and namely, when that individual knows with 100% certainty that he or she is not intoxicated and there may have been an explanation as to why that person was arrested for suspicion of operating a motor vehicle while drunk or under the influence of any type of narcotics.

This informational blog post was brought to you by William J. Murphy, an experienced Rhode Island Criminal Defense Lawyer.

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