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Thank you for the information and your question. Ultimately only a local criminal defense attorney/traffic law attorney who handles DUI cases can tell you if you have a defense against a DUI charge after they have interviewed you in depth about the chain of events that day and after they have reviewed the police report. However, if you believe that you were not over the legal limit for alcohol in SC when the accident occurred, then you may have a defense to the charge. The fact that you refused to blow isn't a defense and also isn't proof that you were driving under the influence. Only the actual facts of your statements, appearance, smell, behavior and blood alcohol if taken after you refused to blow, by blood, will determine whether you have a defense. But, you definitely need an attorney and do not want to make this decision or go to court on your own.
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