I was tested for alcohol with a breathalyzer. The officer said I blew under the legal limit but said I was on drugs which was not true. I gladly went to the hospital to get a blood test to prove this was false. I still went to jail, he said the results wouldn't come back for a few weeks, and he took my license. I was also denied a free phone call. I can't afford a lawyer, what should I be doing to make a good case for myself?
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