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Asked on: 4/01/13, 11:31 am

I was recently charged with a DUi. I was intuially stop for turning into the far lane when making a right onto a two lane street. I was told to get out and preform the files sobriety test. After Walton heal to toe and standing on one leg. He ask to take a breathalyzer test o which I refused. However, when we reached the station I completed the test an blew a .147. The police officer did mention that I signaled and wasn't speeding. The charges were a DUI, illegal right turn and refusal of a breathalyzer. What at the chance that the charge could be reduced in the state of Kansas

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