If a person is pulled over on suspicion of driving while intoxicated:
■ Police officers need probable cause to make a traffic stop and to ask a person to perform any tests.
■ A police officer must have a warrant to test urine or blood without consent, even if the person is unconscious.
■ Breathalyzer tests fall under the state’s implied consent law and a person can be charged with failure to comply if they refuse.
■ In Arkansas, a suspect does not have a right to a lawyer until they are arrested.
■ A suspect has the right to multiple tests, but they have to pay for it up front.