I got arrested 4 months after i got pulled over and am now being charged with refusing to take the sobriety test.
You can legally refuse to take field sobriety tests (FST's). However, you are mandated to submit to a chemical test if probable cause exists to believe you are driving under the influence. Failure to submit to a chemical test is punishable by license suspension, not necesarily criminal charges. Your question suggests you've been charged with refusing to do FST's. That is not a criminal offense in and if itself....
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