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Founding attorney Joseph Jardine has developed a reputation for taking on and winning cases that other lawyers considered beyond hope.
Jardine Law Offices

140 North Union Avenue suite 205,
Farmington, Ut 84025

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Refusal and Implied Consent Salt Lake
Utah Breathalyzer Refusal and Implied Consent Defense

In Utah, your right to drive is conditioned on your willingness to provide a breath orblood test when you are stopped or arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. If you refuse a breathalyzer test, your driver's license is subject to suspension for eighteen months, and there is no provision for a temporary license, hardship license, or occupational license to get to and from work. If you are facing a license suspensionbased on refusing a breathalyzer test or other violation of the implied consent laws, contact the Jardine Law Offices in Salt Lake City for a free evaluation of your case.

If you are serious about protecting your right to drive and keeping your criminal record clean, call a lawyer who is serious about winning implied consent and refusal cases. Asof the summer of 2007, Utah DUI defense attorney Joseph Jardine has compiled an 80 percent success rate for his clients in contested refusal cases. At the Jardine Law Offices, our track record gives us the confidence to take even the most difficult drunk driving and breathalyzer refusal cases to court.

One key to success in avoiding a suspended or revoked license is notifying the UtahDriver License Division(DLD) of your intention to request a hearing on the suspension of your license within ten days of your arrest for DUI or for deciding to refuse a breathalyzer test. If you fail to request a hearing within the ten-day period, the suspension of your license will go into effect.

The same ten-day period for requesting a hearing before the DLD applies to licensesuspensions based on refusing a breathalyzer, providing a breath test that indicates a blood alcohol concentration higher than .08, or being charged with possession of illegaldrugs while driving.

Salt Lake City criminal defense lawyer Joseph Jardine knows how to analyze the facts of a traffic stop, a field sobriety test, a laboratory report, or the probable cause for an arrest. For the advice of an attorney with a winning record in implied consent and driver's license suspension cases, contact the Jardine Law Offices for a free consultation.

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