Question: What are the penalties for an implied consent violation in Oklahoma?
Answer: If you fail to comply with implied consent request, the, it’s not necessarily a violation but there is a penalty for it, and that penalty is that if you do wind up losing your drivers license in Oklahoma, you will wind up, it will be considered a refusal, and you will wind up with an additional amount of time, or potentially an additional amount of time that you will be required to have an ignition interlock device in your car. If you refuse to provide a breath or blood sample, basically refuse to comply with implied consent requirement, it can be brought in against you, as evidence against you to show what is called “consciousness of guilt”—for the prosecution to say, “See, they knew they were drunk, they knew they were under the influence of something. That’s why they refused to cooperate.”
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