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Under Oregon Driving Laws, by driving you need to follow the "Implied Consent Law", meaning you need to submit a alcohol test if asked by a police officer. But does that mean you automatically need to if they ask? Or is it only if they actually arrest you for a DUII that you need to submit one? If they don't actually arrest you, do you need to do their tests if they ask? Or can you just politely refuse, saying you need to consult an attorney first?
Also, it's illegal to be drunk in public, right? But you aren't driving, so the "Implied Consent Law" has no influence over you, correct? So how would a police officer test your blood alcohol level, or administer tests if you are walking? Are you still able to refuse? What if you are under 21? Can you still refuse to take an alcohol test?
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