DUI Refusals are extremely serious cases as one is faces a one year license suspension on a first offense and possible misdemeanor charges. If one refuses a chemical test on a second DUI case, they face a two year license revocation! When one applies for a driver's license, they impliedly give their consent that if lawfully arrested for a DUI, they will consent to a blood or breath test. If one is lawfully arrested for DUI and refuses, it can be charged as a misdemeanor and DMV will try to suspend for at least one year even if there is no chemical test indicating they were impaired!

Joshua Price has successfully defended against refusals both at DMV and in Court!

DUI Client Reviews

Joshua Price; The Lawyer Who Saved My Career
“As a government employee at a state correctional facility I thought my life was over when I was charged with a felony DUI."

I will always be grateful.
"I personally got my DUI dismissed in its entirety.  All the back up research I did for SR-22 and bus routes and everything I was able to completely let off my shoulders because of Josh."

Awesome guy, and hell of a hard worker!
"He was honest with me when need be and patient to walk me through the ins and outs of each detail pertaining to the whole craziness of getting a DUI."

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