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I was leaving downtown Denver and was pulled over for speeding (54 in a 35). When asked out of the car and asked to do roadside test and breathalyzer I refused, including giving blood. Will this give me any shot of a reduced charge, ie wreckless driving? I was never in front of the officers dashcam during this, yet in his paperwork he stated that I was swaying and my eyes were red and watery, with slurred speech. Do they have to have evidence of intoxication for a DUI charge? If so, how would they get it with no weaving or BAC?
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