First, the fact that he did not sign the temporary license may be a means of attacking it, but doing nothing only insures that your license will be suspended. It will be up to you to make sure that a hearing is requested within 10 days and the fee paid when you do. As to the blood alcohol, I agree that you have a good basis to beat the charge because he cannot say you were over .08 and refused. However, this is alot like changing a transmission on a car. Even a hairdresser or doctor can theoretically do it, but would you want to drive the car afterwards. Get an attoney asap and avoid a conviction which could be avoided.
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