The final charge for my DUI read no test. Does that mean a better outcome then what my blow results were? Why would my public defender do that? I would ask him, but he is not getting back to me, since my case is over. I actually refused the test, but he had my paper work sighned off from judge to just read "DUI, No test" is this better? Thanks allThe reason Im asking is cause it was my Second DUI and I have to answer or go back to court for my First one for violating my probation. So, is it better that it read No Test, and opposed to Test Refusal? Hope I dont go back to jail. I already spent 20 days for my second one.
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