On your way home from a night out with friends, you suddenly hear sirens behind you. You check your rear-view mirror to see flashing red and blue lights. As you pull over, you nervously try to recollect what to do during a DUI traffic stop.
To determine whether you were driving while intoxicated, the police officer will ask you to consent to taking tests to measure your blood alcohol content (BAC) level. In the heat of the moment, North Dakota drivers may fail to consider whether they have rights in consenting to such tests. Is consenting to a BAC test in your best interests? If you refuse, what consequences could you face?