Misinformation as to consequences of refusal of BAC test violates 4A

“Vigen was not informed the refusal to take a urine test was a crime punishable in the same manner as driving under the influence as required by the legislature.” He can set aside his guilty plea. State v. Vigen, 2019 ND 134, 2019 N.D. LEXIS 128 (May 16, 2019).*

Misinformation about the consequences of refusing a BAC test requires defendant’s plea be set aside. Commonwealth v. Krenzel, 2019 PA Super 159, 2019 Pa. Super. LEXIS 488 (May 20, 2019).*

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