Reeves Law Firm, P.C. | Roy L. Reeves
No. I am a lawyer and I can assure you of one thing, if I take a breathalyzer it will only be because I have had absolutely nothing to drink. You have the right to refuse the breathalyzer and the Field Sobriety Test. You have the right to keep quiet, do nothing say nothing and refuse everything. You will be arrested, but think of it this way. If the cop ask for a BT, chances are he has already made up his mind, why give them the evidence?
Answer Applies to: Texas