I was arrested for refusing a breathalyzer and field sobriety test to which I had to wait about 4 hours afterwards before receiving a blood test. About what range of BAC would the city of Dallas prosecute for and what range is likely safe against the city pressing charges? This in regards to how the city uses retrograde extrapolate to determine your BAC at the time of arrest.
In case it matters I'm a 25 year old, 5'11" male, weighing about 200 pounds. For what it's worth I had five shots of rumplemints between 11PM - 1AM, was arrested at 2AM and received my blood test after 6AM.
Unfortunately I made the mistake of telling the police officer's what I drank, how much I drank, when I was drinking, how much I had eaten, etc.
Currently it's been 8 months and no BAC results
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