Hi I hope to help you with your question today. If you were trying to give the officers as little to go on as possible, It sounds like you made a lot of the right choices by not doing the field sobriety tests and the blood test. You do not mention what state you were arrested in however. Some states make it a crime to refuse testing which often has the same penalties as the underlying DUI. As far as the possession charge, you can claim all day long that it wasn't yours and unless your friend comes forward and claims it all (very unlikely!) you are stuck with it. However, an argument can be made to a jury or court that it wasn't all yours.
The possession charge will most likely have the smallest penalty vs DUI. Again, I don't know what state you are in so can't tell yhou for certain. You don't really ask as question in your request, so I have tried to address some of the issues. If you have another question that I have not already answered above, please let me know. Otherwise, please rate my answer so I can get credit for my work.
I am from Pennsylvania.
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