Implied Consent

As a driver in Idaho, you consent to allow police to test you for the presence of alcohol or drugs, if police have cause to suspect that you are impaired. If you are stopped by a police officer, they may ask you to take a breath test. In addition, the police may take a sample of your blood to determine if you have alcohol or drugs in your system.

If you refuse to take a breath or blood test, your refusal could result in a suspension of your driver’s license. In most cases the duration of your suspension will be even longer than if you took and failed a test.

Know Your Rights

If you have been arrested for DUI, or your driving privileges are in jeopardy because of a refusal to take a breath or blood test, contact an experienced DUI defense attorney at Minert Law Office.

We have considerable experience in DUI and test refusal cases. Attorney Steve Minert can help explain your rights. If retained to handle your case, he can determine if your rights were violated:

  • Did the police improperly stop your vehicle?
  • Did the police have cause to request a breath or blood test?
  • Did the police have sufficient cause to make a DUI arrest?
  • Did your arresting officer read you the implied consent warning?

Attorney Steve Minert has handled DUI cases both as a prosecutor and as a defense attorney. We are highly knowledgeable about Idaho DUI laws and have extensive experience helping clients whose driving privileges are in jeopardy.

Contact A Boise Drunk Driving Defense Lawyer

To speak with a DUI defense lawyer, contact Minert Law Office in Boise, Idaho. To schedule your free consultation, call 208-991-3394 or contact us by e-mail. Please give us a call. We can help!