When someone is arrested for a DUI in Kentucky, an officer will most likely ask them to submit to a blood, breath or urine test. Before the test is given, the officer should read the Kentucky Implied Consent law to the newly arrested individual. Specifically, under KRS 189A.105, an officer is required to read a set of three (3) paragraphs about Kentucky law on refusing the test. The portions we are going to discuss today include:
Do you think this might have the effect of persuading more people to incriminate themselves?