Q:  Does refusing a chemical test in California automatically mean time (48 hours?) in jail? Is there any way out of that?


A:  Speak with a dui attorney. refusal does not automatically mean 48 hours jail. The constitutionality of California implied consent law requiring jail for a refussal is in question after a supreme court ruling last year. it is my opinion it cannot be enforced. You also may have defenses to the actual dui

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