You have the right to remain silent.
You have the right to protect yourself from providing evidence that may incriminate you.
Taken together, these constitutional protections give you the right to refuse to perform field sobriety tests and to decline requests to provide breath, blood, and urine samples while in custody for suspicion of driving under the influence. A few restrictions on exercising your right to refuse chemical alcohol and drug testing exist under Ohio law, but you can always raise legal challenges to how such assessments were performed and analyzed with the help of an Ohio sobriety test attorney. Continue reading