If you are arrested for DUI, the officer will likely ask you to consent to a blood or breath test. If you refuse, you’ll also be charged with an Implied Consent Violation. The Tennessee Implied Consent law says that anyone who operates a motor vehicle in Tennessee has given consent to a chemical test if an officer has probable cause to believe that the driver is under the influence. In most cases, you have a right to refuse to give consent. However, you will be provided with notice that a refusal to give consent may result in revocation of your driver’s license. In most refusal cases, the officer will then get a search warrant to have your blood drawn.
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