Understanding the Implications of California's Implied Consent Laws

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Like most other states, California has an "implied consent" law that requires drivers to submit to chemical testing and/or perform field sobriety tests if a law enforcement officer suspects they are driving impaired.

Many California drivers aren't aware that when you apply for a driver's license in California you actually agree to this in exchange for your right to drive on California's roadways.

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