• Implied Consent


    Dictionary.com defines Implied Consent as "a manisfistation of consent to something through conduct, including inaction or silence". Did you know that refusing to take a breath, blood, or urine test is an aggrevated factor for charges? Someone can be arrested for only refusing to submit to taking the test. 

    Perhaps the most often litigated application of Implied Consent involves laws prohibiting driving while under the influence. For example, when receiving a drivers license, the state deems this application as 'implying that [you] consent to not driving while under the influence', or 'consenting to a BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration) test from an officer with probably cause'. Consequences form failing to do these often leads to license revocation.

    When you choose an experienced Twin Cities Attorney at Ramsay Law Firm, you are choosing to fight back for what was yours. We challenge these statutes with the basis that Implied Consent is an invasion of privacy, the burden of proof wasn't there, any angle we can fight, to get you back to your lifestyle routine. 

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