ND high court upholds law criminalizing driver's refusal to take breath test
BISMARCK – North Dakota’s highest court has ruled that the state’s new law criminalizing a driver’s refusal to take a chemical breath test is constitutional.
The unanimous decision upholds the change to state drunken-driving laws that some prosecutors have identified as being the most important.
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