Blowing a .054 is not a "non-violation." You have been charged with at least the infraction of driving while ability impaired and likely still charged with the crime of DWI. You can refuse the court orders if you do not mind a high bail being set and / or being remanded and if you are looking to take the case to trial. The prosecutor will not make you an offer unless you comply with the court's orders. So it all depends on how you want to handle your case.
Yes but then the judge can take that into consideration in terms of your bail status
Joseph A. Lo Piccolo, Esq.
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Of course you can. However, you may be remanded into custody and/or have to pay bail. Consult with a locally experienced DUI attorney for assistance with your case. I suggest giving Attorney Palumbo a call. Best of luck.
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