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Can the police charge me with a breathalyzer refusal, even though I tried to blow into it?

Yes, in some cases the police will interpret your attempt to blow into the machine as you’re refusing to blow. Sometimes people have medical issues or other reasons why they’re not able to blow into the machine in the manner the police would like them to. That is subject to challenge, both administratively – at an administrative license hearing – as well as in court.

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