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If a CT driver is eventually convicted of a DUI after initially refusing a BAC test, he or she will incur penalties


A Connecticut driver who refuses to submit to a BAC test but is eventually proven to have been driving under the influence will receive penalties for both a DUI conviction and a refusal to submit to BAC testing conviction. [Alcohol and Law, Your License and Law, Obtaining a Connecticut Driver's License, Driver's Manual State of Connecticut DMV]