Is this an OUI/DWI question? Usually in these circumstances police will take a blood test at the hospital. Your case sounds serious and you should retain an attorney.
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It sounds like you're referring to an alcohol related roadside test? If so, with the serious injuries that you had, the police would generally obtain your blood-alcohol content from the hospital. Of course, my response is limited to the information that you provided but I do suggest that you contact a Georgia attorney for help.
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