I was stopped at a roadblock. I had drank two or three beers several hours earlier in the night. The officer asked me to submit to multiple field sobriety tests. I agreed. I feel I performed the tests with little to no struggles or stumbles. However, when given the eye movement test, the officer seemed unsure whether I was under the influence. I refused the Breathalyzer test. After confirming with another officer, they decided to charge me with a DUI. It's my first ticket, other than a couple of seat belt violations. I kept a respectful and courteous demeanor through the entire night. What are my chances of getting the charge reduced, and what kind of punishment and penalties should I expect?
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