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Administration of blood, breath or urine test: Refusal to submit to chemical test for intoxication , section: IC 9-30-6-7
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Refusal Offense/Presumption, Breath, Blood or Urine test refusal
IC 9-30-6-7 Refusal to submit to chemical tests or test results in prima facie evidence of intoxication; duties of arresting officer Sec. 7. (a) If a person refuses to submit to a chemical test, the arresting officer shall inform the person that refusal will result in the suspension of the person's driving privileges. (b) If a person refuses to submit to a chemical test after having been advised that the refusal will result in the suspension of driving privileges or submits to a chemical test that results in prima facie evidence of intoxication, the arresting officer shall do the following: (1) Obtain the person's driver's license or permit if the person is in possession of the document and issue a receipt valid until the initial hearing of the matter held under IC 35-33-7-1. (2) Submit a probable cause affidavit to the prosecuting attorney of the county in which the alleged offense occurred. (3) Send a copy of the probable cause affidavit submitted under subdivision (2) to the bureau.
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