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Refusing a Breathalzyer in New York can cost you $500

Just because you're able to do something doesn't mean you should. Perhaps, you heard this saying when you were growing up, similar to the if-your-friends-jumped-off-a-cliff statement parents often make. There are many situations in life where you may have a right to do something, but you need to weigh the possible consequences of your choice before deciding what to do.

Sometimes, a breath test is full of hot air

A New York City police officer pulled you over and suspected you of drunk driving. He or she administered a breath test that indicated you had a blood alcohol concentration level at or above .08. For the officer, this might conclusively prove your impairment and provide probable cause (a legal reason) to arrest you. However, to a criminal defense attorney, it's far from conclusive.

Professional football player arrested on suspicion of DWI

In the offseason, many professional football players use their time to continue training or recover from injuries sustained while they were playing. Jerome Felton, a football player who might be familiar to fans in New York, recently suffered a major setback this offseason.

Sidelined: NFL receiver Braylon Edwards pleads guilty to drunk driving charge

Football fans here in New York City and across the nation were undoubtedly overcome with happiness when the National Football League (NFL) and the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) announced that they had agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement earlier this week. Now that the season is officially scheduled to start, teams will be scrambling to sign free agents, including wide receiver Braylon Edwards who made headlines just last week after pleading guilty to DWI/DUI-related charges in a New York City courtroom.

Pittsburgh Steelers star receiver arrested on drunk driving charges

Most of the current press coverage concerning the National Football League (NFL) has to do with the lockout and the - increasing likely - chance that the players and owners will reach an agreement that saves the season. However, even with this dedicated lockout coverage, some NFL players are still managing to make national headlines - although perhaps not as they would have liked. For example, a star wide receiver and Super Bowl MVP was arrested for DUI this past weekend.

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