Under California’s implied consent law that applies to anyone with a California driver’s license, one must submit to a breath or blood test if a police officer requests this. This can be a confusing situation because a motorist may legally refuse to provide a breath sample on the side of the road before being arrested. However, once arrested, every driver has an obligation to provide a breath or blood sample when asked by police. What happens if one refuses to submit to such a test? Click on the link that follows to read a short article explaining the consequences – http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-1882821.html.